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Craun Announces for Hancock County Commish

February 7, 2018 Paul Craun Announces his Candidacy for Hancock County Commissioner Hancock County, Ohio —

Well known construction professional and community leader, Paul Craun announced that he has filed to run for Hancock County Commissioner in the May 8th Republican Primary. Craun will be emphasizing “Leading Together” as the theme for his campaign, bringing together Business, Community and Government.

His experience in supporting local economic development groups and in working with many small and large businesses and community groups across Northwest Ohio allows Paul to get to work immediately. His skills, experience and willingness to listen, learn and collaborate will bring all interests to the table to solve the challenges facing our community. As a construction and property management professional for over 43 years, 17 with Alvada Construction, Paul has played a crucial role in helping to rebuild and energize the downtown business area, while also working to find common ground with the county’s agricultural community.

Raised on a farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Paul has a deep agricultural heritage. Craun stated. “I am excited about the opportunity to apply my experience in the private sector towards helping Hancock County businesses thrive, and I intend to use those lessons and insights to help families across our entire community.”

In 2016, Hancock County voters overwhelmingly supported putting a successful businessman in the White House. Families across the county are looking for leaders who can implement important solutions in a timely manner while delivering results under budget and with community support. “I am that leader. That is why I am running to be your next Hancock County Commissioner.” noted Craun.

Mr. Craun concluded, “Hancock County residents have some very important issues facing them in the next few years. I believe that my experience and willingness to bring people with a wide range of viewpoints together will be an important asset in the County Commissioner’s office.” For more information contact Paul Craun at (419) 424-8782

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