MONTGOMERY: Mark Pukita to speak at Ohio Patriots Alliance

Mark Pukita is the primary speaker at Ohio Patriots Alliance Dayton Chapter meeting July 3, 2021.

Mark Pukita is an “America First”, Republican candidate for the US Senate in 2022 from Ohio.

Mark was born in Scranton, PA on November 6, 1958. Mark’s family moved frequently up and down the North East and mid-Atlantic coast. He graduated from high school in Lagrange, NY (Poughkeepsie), and attended The Ohio State University earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in 1981, with honors.

After working at large companies like IBM and EDS, Mark formed his own company, Fast Switch, Ltd., in 1996. The company grew to almost $100 million in annual revenue, and almost 800 associates, before Mark sold 90% of the business to his two key executive managers at the end of 2019. The company won the Columbus Business First “Fast 50” designation, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing privately held companies in Central Ohio, 9-times between 2005 and 2016.

From the beginning, Mark is a supporter of Donald Trump’s “America First” agenda. Frustrated with the direction of the country and the horrific way President Trump was being treated, Mark decided he had to act and registered to primary Rob Portman, Ohio’s junior Senator, in May 2022.

Now that Portman has quit the race, and will leave the U.S. Senate at the end of 2022, Mark is the only candidate in the race who declared his candidacy while Portman was still the incumbent. Every other candidate got into the race, or will get in the race, only after incumbent Portman quit.

Mark is the proud father of two daughters, one grandson, and another grandson on the way (June 2021). He lives in Dublin, OH with his 7-year-old beagle, Izzy. He speaks understandable Italian and loves to cook.

Mail-in Voting Problems May Foreshadow Difficulties in Upcoming Presidential Vote

(by Matthew Vadum, The Epoch Times, July 14, 2020)

The unique problems posed by voting-by-mail are being blamed for election fraud in New Jersey and for a now-three-week delay in counting ballots for New York City’s primary elections, with many races yet to be decided.

These difficulties may foreshadow larger problems to come in the November presidential elections.

The processing backlog in the Big Apple wouldn’t necessarily be a big concern normally, but with voters worried about contracting the CCP virusfrom casting ballots in-person, voting-by-mail was reportedly unusually heavy in the city’s electoral contests.

Officials can’t keep up.

“In Manhattan in 2016, there were approximately 7,000 presidential primary absentee voters,” ABC News quoted Sarah Steiner, who used to chair the New York City Bar’s Election Law Committee. “And you had Hillary [Clinton] and Bernie [Sanders]. That was a competitive [Democratic Party] primary.”

But in 2020, absentee primary votes in Manhattan increased to more than 121,000.

And in New Jersey, Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal, a Democrat, charged four Continue reading “Mail-in Voting Problems May Foreshadow Difficulties in Upcoming Presidential Vote”