The Ohio Chamber of Commerce
Political Action Committee (OCCPaC) has endorsed Nathan Burd
(R-Reynoldsburg) for the 20th Ohio House District.
From among the 85 endorsed OCCPaC candidates statewide, Burd
was one of only nine selected as a Chamber Choice candidate.
These candidates have distinguished themselves on important business issues and signal to the business community where opportunities exist to ensure the next General Assembly has a strong voice for Ohio's economy.
"I am honored to receive the support of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce
, the premiere business advocacy organization in the state," said Burd
"By embracing pro-growth economic policies, we can improve Ohio's business climate and increase the number of job opportunities available to our residents.
I am ready to get to work on the important issues facing our state."
After graduating from The Ohio State University, Burd began his career as a Legislative Aide at the Ohio House of Representatives.
is currently an at-large member and President Pro- Tempore of Reynoldsburg City Council
wife own a small business together.
"Not only will Nathan be able to hit the ground running due to his statehouse experience, but he's also been a leader in opposing tax increases while on the city council," said Cory Bailey, manager of political programs at the Ohio Chamber of Commerce.
Candidate Spotlight - Nathan Burd
With a two-year-old son and a newborn daughter, Candidate for the 20th DistrictNathan Burd says that he
is running for the Ohio House not only because he
wants to improve the community he
loves, but also to help create a better future for his
"I hope they can experience all the best things life has to offer right here in the Buckeye State, including a great education and economic opportunities in the future," he
"I also want them to grow up knowing that it's good to serve others, to stand for something, and to get involved in their community."
Reynoldsburg's Burd will campaign for Ohio House seat
Reynoldsburg City Councilman Nathan Burd has resigned from his position as deputy director of the Franklin County Board of Elections in order to campaign for a seat in the Ohio House of Representatives in the March 6 primary.
, a Republican, stepped down from the elections board post Dec. 7 to focus on his
run for the 20th District seat.
, 34, announced yesterday that he
will step down from the elections board Wednesday to run in the newly formed 20th District in the southeastern corner of the county.
was endorsed by county Republicans last week.
"It was a tough decision, but one I made after I was screened by the party and they endorsed me last Monday night," Burd
Paid for by Citizens for Nathan Burd
, Sue Marshall, Treasurer, 550 Shoal Ct., Reynoldsburg