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Ann Becker has been a resident of West Chester, Ohio since 1994 when she moved from Toledo to attend the University of Cincinnati. Ann has been married to her husband Lee Becker since 1999 and is the mother of three children; Jillian, Cassie, and Zack. 

Ann is active at St. Maximillian Kolbe –  volunteering as a Eucharistic Minister of Holy Communion and a Lector.

Ann is currently a Trustee in West Chester Township, Ohio. 

Ann has earned degrees from the University of Cincinnati including a Bachelor of Art in Psychology, a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.

Ann is a former Second Grade teacher, where she used her education and technology skills to teach 75 students English Language Arts.

Her core political principles are fiscal responsibility, limited Constitutional government, and the free market. The government should spend the money they collect from taxpayers wisely. The government should have a full understanding of the role they play in people’s lives.  Should the government should be doing this per the Constitution?  If the government shouldn’t be doing it, it should be left to the free market.

Ann talks about politics Monday morning with Brian Thomas on the 55krc Morning Show. Listen to the Brian here

In 2016, Ann was elected to the Ohio Republican State Central Committee to represent Butler County, Ohio Republicans on the governing body of the Ohio Republican Party.  She was key in the implementation of the Republican National Platform for Ohio, after not having a platform for years.   Ann was also involved with the election of Ohio Republican Party Chairwoman Jane Timken.

In 2016,  Ann was Co-chair of the Trump campaign in Butler County.  The election of President Trump and the work done on the campaign in Butler County was an amazing experience.

In 2017, Ann was elected to the West Chester Board of Trustees.



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