Brown sworn in for third term


Only fourth Ohio senator elected to three terms

Vice President Mike Pence, right, swears in Sherrod Brown, left, for a third term as one of Ohio’s two senators while Brown’s wife, Connie Schultz, holds the Bible, in Washington, D.C., recently.

Vice President Mike Pence, right, swears in Sherrod Brown, left, for a third term as one of Ohio’s two senators while Brown’s wife, Connie Schultz, holds the Bible, in Washington, D.C., recently.


WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) was sworn in for his third term, Thursday, Jan. 3.

Brown was escorted by his fellow Ohio Senator, Rob Portman, and joined by his wife, Connie Schultz, and their family. Brown is only the fourth Ohio senator in history to be popularly elected to a third term.

Brown said the first order of business must be to reopen the government and again called on President Trump to end the government shutdown.

“I am grateful to the people of Ohio for giving me the opportunity to serve them, and I look forward to continuing our fight together to uplift the dignity of work and stand up for all workers. We need to start by reopening the government and getting thousands of workers in Ohio and across the country back on the job, and I’m calling on President Trump to end his shut down immediately. Then we need to work together to solve the pension crisis, lower healthcare costs and raise wages for all workers,” Brown said.

Vice President Mike Pence, right, swears in Sherrod Brown, left, for a third term as one of Ohio’s two senators while Brown’s wife, Connie Schultz, holds the Bible, in Washington, D.C., recently.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/01/web1_Brown-swearing-in.jpgVice President Mike Pence, right, swears in Sherrod Brown, left, for a third term as one of Ohio’s two senators while Brown’s wife, Connie Schultz, holds the Bible, in Washington, D.C., recently.
Only fourth Ohio senator elected to three terms