It’s official!

I am on the ballot for Trustee again in 2017.  I hope you will consider supporting my campaign!  If you would like to contribute please hit the donate link on the right side of the page!

Two Candidate Forums Happening This Week!

There are two upcoming candidate forums that should be very interested and we need some folks to show up to these in order to have their questions answered by the candidates running for office this year.

The first one is this coming Thursday, October 15 at noon. It will take place at Skyline Chili on Winton Rd in Finneytown and is hosted by the Springfield Township Business Association. Each candidate will have a 3 minute introduction and then both will be asked questions from the audience. My opponent and I will both be there.

The second one is this coming Sunday, October 18 from 7-9pm at the Springfield Township Senior Center, downstairs, room C. This one is hosted by the Finneytown Civic Association. Not only will the candidates for township trustee be there to answer questions, but also candidates for fiscal officer and school board. It should be an entertaining evening. For more information on this event, please click here and scroll down to the second news item.

We need folks to show up to both of these events and ask some good questions.  Please wear your campaign shirt if you have one!

THIS JUST IN – JEDZ Will Bring In Over $2 Million This Year!

I was at this morning’s JEDZ Board meeting, and it was announced that with 70% compliance from the businesses in the township, the JEDZ tax will bring in over $2 million this year.  That’s enough money to replace the lost revenue due to state cuts, and with our 35% reduction in expenditures that our trustees are always talking about (about $1.5 million) how is it that we don’t have money to fix our roads?  Something is wrong with this picture…  See for yourself in the video below…

First Debate With My Opponent – Local 12 Newsmakers…

newsmakersI was on Newsmakers last week with my opponent.  I feel the debate went really well, although it was only a 15 minute segment, so we weren’t able to get to all the issues.  I was, however, able to get most of my talking points out at the very beginning.  Give it a look, and let me know who you think won the debate!  You can view the segment by clicking here.  Please note, the producer of the show made a mistake and my name is listed incorrectly at the bottom of the screen.  I contacted the host and attempted to get this corrected but he said they were unable to edit the video.  They did make a change to the title to affirm that my name was misrepresented in the footage.  I hope you enjoy it!  There are many more candidate forums to come and I look forward to explaining my vision for our township to the residents!

Excellent Article on Cincinnati.com about OhioCheckbook.com website!

Here is an excellent article about the State Treasurer’s office new website, OhioCheckbook.com.  I have been pushing this since early this year and have heard nothing but excuses from our elected officials.  As your next trustee, I will get this implemented in Springfield Township so that “we the taxpayers” know where our money is being spent.  Share with your friends if you want more transparency in your local government.

Kyle Hufford Receives Endorsement from Buckeye Firearms Association!

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I am pleased to announce that I have been endorsed by the Buckeye Firearms Association. BFA only endorses those who are staunch supporters of the second amendment.  I am proud to be included in a short list of local candidates who have received their endorsement this year.  If elected, I look forward to supporting gun rights for law abiding citizens in any way that I can!  For more information about BFA, you can visit their website here.

Kyle Hufford Receives Endorsement from Cincinnati Right to Life PAC!

pacwebsitebannerI am humbled and honored to be one of only 10 local election candidates this year to receive the coveted endorsement from Cincinnati Right to Life PAC.  I am committed to protecting the lives of unborn children, and while I may not have much say in such issues as a township trustee, I will do whatever I can to help the cause.  To see the endorsement list for the November 3, 2015 election please click here.