Ohio State Senate District 5
2018 Race Update: Paul lost 47.08% to 52.92%
Paul Bradley, who is running for the State Senate position in Ohio’s 5th District, will bring an impressive amount of experience to the position if elected. A resident of Dayton, Paul has spent over a decade focused on politics.
After graduating from the University of Dayton in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Paul went to work for Senator Sherrod Brown for seven years. During his tenure as a member of Senator Brown’s staff, Paul served as the Regional Representative for Southwest Ohio and spent most of his time engaging constituents directly.
When he moved to Dayton, Paul became heavily involved in local politics. Not only is he currently a member of the Montgomery County Democrat’s Executive Committee, he spent time as the President of the Montgomery County Young Democrats and also managed a county commission race.
Paul now works as the Director of Government Relations and Advancement at Antioch University, a position he began in 2016. He devotes much of his free time to volunteering, he serving as a Board Member for the Miami Valley Fair Housing Center, the Dayton Human Relations Council, and the City of Dayton Plan Board. Furthermore, he also dedicates some time each week to working at an afterschool program with Dayton Public School students.
If elected, Paul is committed to improving Ohio’s public school system, especially by holding for-profit charter schools accountable to taxpayers. He is also focused on supporting collective bargaining and he will fight any and all attempts to try to turn Ohio into a right to work state.