Replacing Seth Morgan in the Ohio Legislature
Seth Morgan decided to run for Ohio Auditor, and it appears that he and others have found a conservative replacement: Mike Henne
CLAYTON, OHIO—Local small business owner Mike Henne today announced his overwhelming endorsement by the Montgomery County Republican Party to represent the 36th Ohio House District in the Ohio House of Representatives. He was also endorsed by the Dayton Right to Life PAC, as well as State Representatives Seth Morgan (R-Huber Heights), Peggy Lehner (R-Kettering) and Terry Blair (R-Washington Township).
“As a father, business owner and long-time resident of the Dayton area, I am eager to bring about a brighter future for our state,” Mike said. “I would be honored to represent our community in the Statehouse by working to create jobs, reduce government spending and restore accountability for the people.”
Mike believes that Ohio’s poor business climate is driving crucial jobs out of state. One of his primary goals is to lower the tax burden and make Ohio more business-friendly by reducing government waste.
“The Ohio House is ‘The People’s House,’ and I would never stop being an earnest voice of our district in Columbus,” Mike said. “To serve my neighbors at the state level would allow me to give back to the community that has given so much to me through the years.”
“Mike has shown years of dedication and leadership within our community, and I would be very pleased to see him represent the district in the Ohio House,” State Representative of the 36th House District Seth Morgan said. “I have no doubt that he can provide the leadership our community and state need during this difficult economic time.”
Mike Henne is the president of Boord-Henne Insurance, a family-owned company in Englewood since 1963. Mike and his wife reside in Brookville with their four children.
From my conversations with Dayton-area TEA Party organizers, it appears Henne is a conservative that they are excited about. Good news, considering he will have big shoes to fill in the legislature.