Democrat Sherrod Brown recently released three underwhelming logo options for his 2018 Senate campaign and asked his supporters to vote for one.
Brown also is secretly building a campaign to challenge President Trump in 2020, but as recent reporting shows, he wants to keep it hush-hush.
After some digging, we uncovered Brown's secret 2020 campaign logos! Still lacking creativity, he kept the same old design with minor changes. Which one do you like best?
Just like his logos, Brown leaves more to be desired. Despite being in Congress for nearly three decades, Brown has only sponsored six pieces of legislation that became law:
- In 1999, Brown Introduced A Bill To Direct “…The Secretary Of State To Report To Congress On Efforts To Fulfill The Commitment Made In The 1994 Taiwan Policy Review To More Actively Support Taiwan's Participation In International Organizations, In Particular, The World Health Organization (WHO).” (H.R. 1794, Signed Into Law 12/07/99)
- In 2001, Brown Introduced A Bill To “… Obtain Observer Status For Taiwan At The Annual Week-Long Summit Of The World Health Assembly (Of The World Health Organization) (R. 428, Signed Into Law 5/28/01)
- In 2001, Brown Introduced A Bill To “…Obtain Observer Status For Taiwan At The Annual Week-Long Summit Of The World Health Assembly In May 2002 ...” (R. 2739, Signed Into Law 4/4/02)
- In 2001, Brown Introduced A Bill To Name A Medina, Ohio Federal Building. (R. 819, Signed Into Law 5/17/02)
- In 2007, Brown Introduced The “Healthy Start Reauthorization Act of 2007.”( 1760, Signed Into Law 10/03/08)
- In 2011, Brown Introduced A Bill To Name A Rootstown, Ohio Post Office. ( 349, Signed Into Law 6/29/11)
With such a weak resume, why would Ohioans re-elect him to the Senate? And why would anyone think he is fit for the White House?