Lakeville, Ohio – Congressman Bob Gibbs, candidate for Ohio’s Seventh Congressional District, announced the support and endorsement of Wayne County Commissioner Ron Amstutz today.
In announcing the endorsement, Commissioner Amstutz said:
“I’ve known Bob for many years, and served with him in the statehouse. He has always been a steadfast partner in advancing conservative policies and standing up for taxpayers. Whether in Columbus or Washington, Bob has always fought to protect private property rights, be a guardian of taxpayer dollars, and battle against Washington bureaucrats seeking to strip you of your rights. Bob’s experience and tenacity in Congress is an invaluable asset to Northeast Ohio. I am proud to endorse my friend, Bob Gibbs for his re-election to Congress.”
Congressman Bob Gibbs also released the following statement:
“Ron has been a friend and colleague for more than two decades. I have always found him to be one of the most honest, thoughtful, and serious conservatives in Columbus. We worked together on many conservative policy achievements in Columbus and I am grateful for his support so that I can continue to champion those same conservative policies in Washington. I look forward to working with him in the next Congress representing Wayne County.”
Gibbs for Congress previously announced endorsements from local party leaders and elected officials:
- Mark Romanchuk – State Senator, Ohio’s 22nd Senate District
- Darrell Kick – State Representative, Ohio’s 70th House District
- Rob Hovis – State Central Committee Member and Holmes County GOP Chairman
- Steven Hambley – Medina County Commissioner
- Colleen Swedyk – Medina County Commissioner
- William Hutson – Medina County Commissioner
Bob Gibbs is a native of Bay Village, a small business owner and farmer who resides in Holmes County with his wife Jody, with whom he has three adult children. Bob has been an advocate for the agriculture community for decades as a member and former president of Ohio Farm Bureau. In Congress, Bob has been a defender of private property rights, the Second Amendment, the construction of a border wall, and lower taxes for American families.