Brown County Democrats -- Brown County, Ohio
Welcome to Brown County, Ohio
There are no partisan races this November 2013 in Brown County, however 4 village council seats in each village, 3 un-expired mayor's terms (ending 12/31/15)-Sardinia, Mt. Orab & Hamersville, 2 township trustees in each township, 3 seats on the county school board, fiscal officers (un-expired terms ending 12/31/15) in Washington & Huntington Twp., 2 seats on Eastern Brown, Western Brown, Fayetteville Perry and Lynchburg Local School Boards, 3 seats on Bethel Tate, Williamsburg and Blanchester Local School Boards, 3 seats on Georgetown Exempted School Board, 3 seats and 1 un-expired term ending 12/31/15 on Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington School Board and 2 seats and 1 un-expired term ending 12/31/15 on Clermont N.E. School Board.
It would be great to get more Democrats on these elected seats! Contact your Central Committee Person if you or someone you know is interested in running for these seats.
Kelly participating in the Fayetteville Parade on 6/17/12. Great float Kelly!
I want to thank everyone who contributed to the Kelly Moran for Brown County Recorder Fundraiser. Your help and continued support is greatly appreciated! Kelly
Kelly Fussnecker Moran, of Georgetown has announced her candidacy for the office of Brown County Recorder.
Kelly Moran, a Brown County native, is the daughter of Stephen Fussnecker Sr., of Georgetown and Pamela Howser Fugate, of Russellville. Her paternal grandparents are Mary Cropper Fussnecker, of Ripley and the late Ralph Fussnecker Sr. Maternal grandparents are Ruth Dotson Arvay, of Toledo and the late Roy Howser.
Kelly, a Democrat, is a twin, one of six children and a mother of four children: Adrianne, Emma, Garett and Addison Moran. She is a 1993 graduate of Georgetown Jr. /Sr. High School and pursued a college education from Southern State Community and Hondros College.
Over the last several years, she was employed by the Ohio State University Extension Office in Brown County as secretary; Ripley Union Lewis Huntington Schools as building secretary and Southern Hills Joint Vocational Schools as superintendent’s secretary. She is currently employed by Brown County Clerk of Courts Title Office and has been for the last five years.
Moran said she will be on the job, working hard for the people of Brown County and asks for your vote in the upcoming elections.
“I believe an elected official should be on the job serving the public and I pledge to do just that.” said Moran. “It has been my pleasure to serve the public more than 20 years in a variety of jobs and I look forward to being your next county recorder.
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Georgetown, OH 45121--JoAnn Kattine, Treasurer