Sam Breene Launches Campaign for Venango County Commissioner

| February 18, 2019

OIL CITY, Pa. – Republican Sam Breene recently launched his campaign for Venango County Commissioner.

“I was born and raised in Venango County and I am excited for this opportunity to serve our county,” said Breene. “My career has been devoted to public service and working to make our county and Commonwealth a better place to live, work, and raise our families. I am a committed conservative Republican who uses the guideposts of limited government, fiscal responsibility and personal responsibility to guide my actions and beliefs. I am pro-life, I support the 2nd Amendment, and I am a life member of the NRA.”

“Through my experiences, I have learned a great deal about how government at the federal, state and local levels can work to benefit taxpayers. I have also seen how government, through higher taxes and burdensome regulations, can harm job creators, hurt the economy, destroy communities and hurt families. I plan on using my experience to make the government more responsive to taxpayers, review spending, ensure the public safety of the community, and promote job creation through economic growth.”

Breene has worked for U.S. Congressman Mike Kelly of Butler, PA. In 2018, he served as Congressman Kelly’s campaign manager where he led him to a large victory in a hotly contested congressional race. Prior to that, Breene served in Congressman Kelly’s official office as Senior Legislative Aide, Legislative Director with the Northeast Midwest Congressional Coalition, and Great Lakes Task Force and Director of Outreach.

Breene was a board member of Dougherty Breene International Inc. He is an elected Venango County Republican State Committeeman. He belongs to the Petrolia Lodge 363, Zem Zem Shriners, Oil City Elks Lodge, and the Oil City Eagles Lodge.

Breene resides in Oil City and attended St. Stephen’s School, Oil City Public Schools, The Kiski School, and Allegheny College. He is the son of Venango County community leaders Martha Breene and the late Charley Breene.


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