Knox County Republican Scott Pullins, who is running for the Ohio House in the newly drawn District 98, today blasted State Representative Darrell Kick (R) – Loudonville, for voting against this program through his vote against HB 169 that created it. Pullins said he would not only have voted for HB 169, but would also have cosponsored it.
“Darrell Kick needs to explain to the voters in Coshocton, Holmes, and Knox counties why he voted against providing grants to local law enforcement to combat violence,” said Pullins. “If this bill hadn’t passed, then the money would have been sent to states like California and New York instead.”
“Unlike RINO Darrell, I will never vote to defund our local first responders,” continued Pullins. “Darrell Kick says he is a conservative Republican, but he voted like a member of Black Lives Matter or other anti-cop, far left groups.”
Scott Pullins is an Ohio attorney, charter school board member, political consultant, and writer. He provides services to small businesses, individuals, financial entities, and political organizations.
Scott Pullins has advised clients on complex legal, business, marketing and public policy issues. He is also the co-founder of the Ohio Taxpayers Association. He is an elected member of the Knox County Republican Central Committee and formerly served as its Vice Chairman and Chairman.
Mr. Pullins attended Ohio University and earned his Bachelors of Arts in Political Science from The Ohio State University. He earned his Juris Doctorate from Capital University Law School.
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