The Endorsements for Kyle Koehler are growing
Koehler in Primary for Open State Senate Seat
After serving for eight years in the Ohio House of Representatives, Kyle Koehler is officially running for the Republican nomination for the State Senate in 2024 to replace his friend and term-limited State Senator, Bob Hackett. Having fought for conservative issues in the Ohio House from 2015-2022, Koehler has the ability, experience and integrity to continue his fight for lower taxes, smaller government and allowing Ohioans to take responsibility for themselves instead of relying on Government. He did it before... he will do it again!
LISTEN TO WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT KYLE KOEHLER...
"I want to take my experience from eight years in the Ohio House to the State Senate. I fought the corruption in my own party to reform payday lending, voted against the gas tax, and helped expose the nuclear bailout scandal and fought for life, liberty and smaller government." ~ Kyle Koehler
Lower Taxes + Smaller Government + Less Regulations = More Jobs in Ohio
The National Rifle Association - Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) has released their endorsements for the 2024 General Election. The NRA has endorsed Former State Representative Kyle Koehler for Ohio's 10th Senate District.
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB/OH PAC) has announced it's Endorsement of Kyle Koehler for the Primary Election on March 19th for Ohio's 10th Senate District. Koehler is a past recipient of the NFIB Guardian of Small Business Award in 2021.
The Ohio chapter of Americans For Prosperity endorsed Kyle Koehler in his race for the 10th Senate District in Ohio. The endorsement comes after AFP Ohio surveyed candidates and is one of only three Senate races they are currently involved in.
Ohio Right To Life has made the decision to endorse Pro-Life candidate Kyle Koehler over his opponent for 10th State Senate District in the March 19th primary.
Kyle Koehler has received the endorsement of the Buckeye Firearms Association for his support and defense of the 2nd Amendment in Ohio. They recognize Koehler's success in repealing Ohio's Duty To Retreat provision from Ohio Revised Code.