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Liz Brown Enters Race for State Senate District 15 Seat

Even though the primaries are not until May 6th, the race for the State Senate District 15 seat is starting to hear up as one more candidate, Liz Brown, threw her name into the race for the Republican Primary.
Even though the primaries are not until May 6th, the race for the State Senate District 15 seat is starting to hear up as one more candidate, Liz Brown, threw her name into the race for the Republican Primary.

After serving almost 3 decades, State Senator Tom Wyss announced this Fall that he would not be running for re-election.  Which leaves his seat in a wide open race.

The Former City Councilwoman explains why she is running for office, "I think we need good people down there who have conservative values, who are going to make the rights choices, and vote on the right policies to help this state move forward."

Brown tells WFFT some of the things she would focus on if elected, "Jobs jobs jobs is what people talk about but education is an important issue right now and we're going to fund out educational system and how we're going to continue to achieve those high academic standards, that our students need in order to get good jobs."

Brown is not alone is running for the Republican Primary.  WFFT reported in December, that current Allen County Sheriff Ken Fries also announced he was running.

Additionally, current County Council President and local insurance agent Darren Vogt is running as well.  Right now there is only 1 person entered in the Democratic Primary, and this is active trial lawyer Jack Morris.

Jeffrey Snyder is also running in the Republican Primary, but WFFT was unable to contact him. We will keep you updated on all the candidates as we get closer to the May 6th Primaries.
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