Danny Bubp

Danny R. Bubp (born 1954) is a first term member of the Ohio House of Representatives from District 88, West Union, Ohio. He is a member of the US Republican Party.

Bubp has a B.S. in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati in 1978 and a J.D. from the Ohio Northern University College of Law in 1984. He earned the rank of colonel in the Marine Corps Reserves. Bubp worked as a lawyer in Adams County, Ohio and served as probate and juvenile judge for a year.

Beginning in March 1999, Bubp served as pro bono legal counsel for and was a founding member of Adams County for the Ten Commandments, a group formed to oppose the removal of Ten Commandments monuments following a legal challenge from the ACLU.

In his 2006 re-election, Bubp faced only token opposition in the Republican primary, and no opposition in the general election.

Jean Schmidt reference

Bubp has close ties to first term US Representative Jean Schmidt, also from Ohio. He campaigned on behalf of Schmidt, appearing in full military dress uniform (which violates military rules), during her close race against Paul Hackett, also a US Marine.

On November 18, 2005, during a US House debate about a resolution calling for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq prompted by strong public comments from US Representative John Murtha (D-PA), Schmidt commented:

A few minutes ago I received a call from Colonel Danny Bubp, Ohio Representative from the 88th district in the House of Representatives. He asked me to send Congress a message: Stay the course. He also asked me to send Congressman Murtha a message, that cowards cut and run, Marines never do. Danny and the rest of America and the world want the assurance from this body—that we will see this through. [1]


Schmidt's remarks were immediately criticized and within ten minutes, she withdrew them and apologized. Karen Tabor, Bubp's spokeswoman, said Bubp "did not mention Congressman Murtha by name nor did he mean to disparage Congressman Murtha...He feels as though the words that Congresswoman Schmidt chose did not represent their conversation." [2] Bubp told the Cincinnati Enquirer that he never mentioned Murtha by name when talking to Schmidt and would never call another US Marine a coward. Bubp later said, "I don't want to be interjected into this. I wish she never used my name." [3]

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