“Whether Mayor Starr and Council intended to or not, the simple fact is that this resolution calls for far left, big green policies that would eliminate natural gas and coal,” said Pullins. “Perhaps city officials were hoodwinked by smooth talking, big city leftists, but the facts about this resolution are now apparent.”
“City officials, including the newly elected City Council, should make repealing this cockamamie resolution a top priority,” continued Pullins. “City officials need to put up or shut up. They are either for reliable coal and natural gas-powered electricity or they are for unreliable windmills and solar panels.”
Scott Pullins is the Republican frontrunner for the Ohio House in District 98. He lost the August 2022 primary for the seat by a mere 684 votes to a three-term incumbent.
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. He is well known at the statehouse and has lobbied for taxpayer groups, small businesses, an alternative medical association, an education nonprofit and on wildlife issues. His experience and connections will be crucial in helping to pass key legislation.
Pullins is a member of the Republican National Lawyers Association. He attended Ohio University and earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from The Ohio State University in 1997. He earned his Juris Doctorate from Capital University Law School in 2003.
For further information and a complete bio and political experience, please visit www.scottpullins.org . Thank you.