Bradley S. Leavitt

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Bradley S. Leavitt is an American politician of the Republican party who was the party's 2006 and 2008 nominee to challenge incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Marcia C. Kaptur. He moved to the Toledo area in 2000 when he began working at North Star BHP Steel in Delta, Ohio.[1]

Electoral history[edit]

2006 Election for Representative of Ohio's 9th congressional district

Candidate Party Notes Votes Percentage
Marcy Kaptur Democratic Incumbent 153,880 73.63%
Bradley Leavitt Republican 55,119 26.37%

2008 Election for Representative of Ohio's 9th congressional district

Candidate Party Notes Votes Percentage
Marcy Kaptur Democratic Incumbent 222,054 74.37%
Bradley Leavitt Republican 76,512 25.63%

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Campaign Website Biography http://leavittforcongress.com/biography.aspx