Ohio StateColumbus Dispatch
The FBI changed its classification of a shooting at a congressional baseball practice after U.S. Rep. Brad Wenstrup and others complained. Wenstrup, a Cincinnati Republican, was on the field that day in 2017 when a gunman opened fire while a group of Republican lawmakers was practicing for a charity baseball game.
Ohio Congressman Brad Wenstrup visited the Ross County Health District COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at the Ohio University Chillicothe Shoemaker Center on Tuesday, March 30. Wenstrup, who has represented Ohio’s 2nd congressional district since 2013, is also a U.S. Army Reserve officer and Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. While visiting the clinic, Wenstrup talked with and thanked the many nurses and members of the Ross County Health District working to combat COVID through distributing vaccines.
Norwood, OHPosted byWCPO 9 Cincinnati
An early advocate of getting vaccinated, Rep. Brad Wenstrup is among Republicans concerned about their voters getting inoculated because of unfounded claims about the vaccines.
Brad Wenstrup: “The criminals who have broken into the U.S. Capitol, injured law enforcement, and disrupted the constitutional process are not patriots.”
Loveland, Ohio – Local Senate and House leaders, and Ohio officials have responded on Twitter to the rioting inside the Capital Building today. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine called the events “an embarrassment to our country.”. “This must stop immediately,” the governor’s statement continued. “(President Trump) should call for the demonstrators...
Presidential ElectionWLWT 5
CINCINNATI — Lawmakers from across our area are reacting to the chaos at the U.S. Capitol. All members of our local delegation were in Washington taking part in the electoral vote count process that was taken off the rails. WLWT talked with Republican U.S. Rep Brad Wenstrup who said he...