The Bryan Flannery Story. The TEAM PLAYER for Congress
Bryan Flannery was raised in a strong Democratic family. He excelled in the classroom and on the football field at St. Edward’s High School, where he was Class President all four years and earned the distinguished title of “Man Of The Year.”
He attended the University of Notre Dame and played on the 1988 National Championship team. Flannery began his public service career in local government as a Lakewood City Councilman. He authored the innovative child safety helmet law and saved the city millions as chair of the Finance Committee.
Flannery began his public service career in local government as a Lakewood City Councilman. He authored the innovative child safety helmet law and saved the city millions as chair of the Finance Committee.
Flannery was elected and served four years as a State Representative. School funding and education were his main priorities. Flannery sponsored legislation to lower property taxes statewide and reduce Ohio’s reliance on those taxes to pay for schools.
Flannery married, entered the private sector, and, with his wife Renee, raised a family. Their daughter Taylor, after graduating Archbishop Hoban High School,
is majoring in nutrition at the University of West Virgina. Their son Bryan is a junior at his father’s alma mater, St. Ed’s.
The Positive Choice for Congress
I was raised in a strong Democratic household. My grandfather was an RTA Board member who worked with Mayor Carl Stokes. Among my mentors was Arnold Pinkney.
I’ve always been a TEAM PLAYER– from growing up in a family of ten to playing high school and college football to being a member of city council and a state representative, and now, in my own family.
After 19 years in the private sector working to secure health benefits for employees represented by labor unions, I decided it was time to return to being a public servant
I am running for Congress to join the Biden team. I am not running to join ‘The Squad.’ I will support the Biden agenda for economic and social justice and healthcare that works for all Americans. During the campaign, I will detail my positions on issues important to our community.
I respectfully ask for your vote.