Henning seeking voter support


I’m Kenneth C. Henning and I hope to earn your vote in the Republican Primary Election, on Tuesday May 8.

Preble County is home to 41,000 residents. The characteristics of residents within Preble County are characteristics I also possess.

Fiscal Conservative. I come from a family who has always worked hard for what we have and I believe those in government should pay attention to money, and spend wisely, like our families pay attention to money.

Morals. I am a proud Catholic Christian. I attend mass every Sunday at Precious Blood Catholic Church and I am the only state representative candidate endorsed by Ohio Right to Life Political Action Committee.

Accessibility. I believe in being present within the community and have committed many hours to getting to know many residents. Please send an email to KennethCHenning@gmail.com, give me a call at 937-684-6649. If we haven’t had the chance to connect yet, or visit HenningforOhioHouse.com for additional information.

Depth. I am not a surface level thinker. I believe in thinking deep when it comes to making decisions. Our state legislature needs representatives who don’t make quick decisions and think deep about what their constituents and communities want.

When people see “Kenneth C. Henning” on a sign or ballot, I want them to know my name for community projects we’ve worked on together, the assistance with obtaining grant funding we’ve worked on together, events at an American Legion or senior center we’ve attended together, or the time we’ve spent together tutoring students. I am invested in making sure Preble County knows the man that makes the name. I am grateful for the endorsements from the Preble County Republican Party, various conservative organizations, Buckeye Firearms Association, many Preble County community leaders and all who believe in our campaign. Together, we will keep Ohio’s 43rd House District united and I promise to represent our common characteristics 100 percent of the time!

Please vote Kenneth C. Henning for State Representative on Tuesday, May 8.

Kenneth C. Henning