Sherrod Brown, Ohio’s senior U.S. Senator, has dedicated his life in public service to fighting for what he calls “the dignity of work”—the belief that hard work should pay off for everyone. His book, Desk 88, tells the story of eight men who sat in his mahogany Senate desk before him. Brown resides in Cleveland with his wife, Connie Schultz, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and author. Their growing family includes three daughters, a son, and seven grandchildren.
“Desk 88: Portraits in Political Courage - Senator Sherrod Brown in Conversation with Bernie Hunhoff”Sunday, Oct 4 : 4:00 pm - 5:00 pmVIRTUAL
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