Ashley Webb to Announce Candidacy for Montgomery County Commission on July 16th

Campaign to focus on Leadership in Job Creation, Support for Law Enforcement and Veterans, and Government Accountability.

Kettering City Council Member Ashley Webb will hold a press conference on July 16th at 11:30 a.m. at Sinclair Community College to formally announce his Campaign for Montgomery County Commission. The event will take place on the west patio next to Building 12, across the street from the County Administration Building. The announcement will take place in Building 12 if there is inclement weather. Parking passes will be available for attendees who park in Lot C under Building 12.

The citizens of Kettering elected Ashley Webb to serve as an At Large City Council Member in 2009. Earlier this year, Republican voters chose Webb as their candidate for one of two County Commission seats to be contested in November. A West Point graduate and Iraq War Veteran, Webb has been endorsed by Ohio Veteran’s United as well as Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 104, and numerous local elected officials and business leaders.

“Ashley’s background running the operations of a family owned business is what really sets him apart in my mind,” said Tom Becker, CEO of Becker Electric, “He understands that encouraging businesses to grow is how we are going to get Montgomery County back to work. I am excited to see a proven business leader step up and run for County Commission.”

In response, Webb commented, “I am humbled by the support I have received from the business community, veterans’ groups, law enforcement, and everyday citizens who are anxious for new leadership in our County Government. I look forward to sharing my vision for Montgomery County at our formal announcement on Monday, July 16th.”

Ashley will face off against Democrat Debbie Lieberman in the General Election on November 6th.

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