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Scofflaw for AG? David Pepper has over 180 parking tickets

David Pepper and Ed Fitzgerald

David Pepper and Ed Fitzgerald

How many parking tickets have you had in your lifetime? I’ve been driving for over 25 years and can count mine on one hand.

Not Democratic candidate for Ohio Attorney General, though. He wants to be Ohio’s chief law enforcement official, yet he has over 180 parking violations, resulting in more than $10,000 in fines.

These weren’t just expired meters either. He parked with expired plates. He parked in no-parking zones. He parked in truck loading zones. View them here.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Records show Democratic attorney general candidate David Pepper has paid nearly $10,000 in parking fines over the past 14 years after being ticketed more than 180 times.

An Associated Press review of Hamilton County records found Pepper, a Cincinnati lawyer, was ticketed for parking at meters that had expired or in no-parking or truck loading zones. He was also ticketed about a dozen times for displaying expired plates.

What is it with Ohio Democrats and driving? They refuse to live by the most basic laws. They believe they are above obeying the rules that the rest of us live by, and then dare to ask voters to put them in charge?

Of course, $10,000 in fines is nothing to trust fund millionaire David Pepper. But to me, that’s a lot of money. It is to most Ohioans.

Such blatant arrogance and disregard for the law, not to mention the waste of so many dollars, is just another reason he is unfit to be Attorney General.

He and Ed Fitzgerald are driving the Ohio Democratic Party ticket off of a cliff.

David Pepper and Ed Fitzgerald

David Pepper and Ed Fitzgerald

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