Fort Thomas man seeks to unseat incumbent in District 68
In a release, Kilmer said that he believes Fischer has had long enough to try and improve Central and Southern Campbell County.
“Mr. Fischer has served for almost two decades and I and others believe it is time for a change," he said.
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Kilmer said that he will try to work with local heroin and opioid advocacy groups to find a real solution to the problem.
"I don't want to just pay them lip service," he said.
In a release, Kilmer went on to say that he believes the tax code is broken.
"It gives more breaks to those that don’t need them while pushing the tax burden onto the backs of working families. We need to lighten the load on our small businesses, so they can grow and expand because that’s where real economic growth comes from.”
Kilmer, who grew up in Alexandria, is a mechanical drafter for Ethicon. He said he is ready to bring a youthful excitement to Frankfort.
“I’m not a career politician like Joe Fischer, however, I have a great group of people surrounding me; the support of my family and wonderful wife Amanda and I am ready for the challenge and ready to lead the fight for the working families, just like mine, in our great district. What will differentiate me from Joe is that I will be available. I will be there at all times for you, not just during election time.
I feel that the complaints of the district fall on deaf ears, that will stop with me.”
Kilmer lives in Fort Thomas, in the Woodfill District, with his wife, Amanda, and two young daughters, Fiona (4) and Gwyneth (2).
|Jason and his wife, Amanda.|