State Representative Danny R. Bubp is currently serving his third term in the Ohio House of Representatives and is running for reelection in the 88th House District, which includes Brown County and parts of Adams and Clermont counties. Bubp is the ranking member on the House Veterans Affairs committee and also serves as a member on Criminal Justice; Judiciary, and Public Safety and Homeland Security committees.
Upon graduation from his undergraduate studies, he was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant and served three years of active duty on Parris Island, South Carolina and Camp Pendleton, California as both a Legal Officer and Battalion Adjutant. Bubp joined the Marine Corps Reserve upon his release from active duty.
At the time of his retirement from the Marine Corps, Bubp was a highly decorated, full-ranking Colonel. He has received the Legion of Merit, Army Commendation, Joint Service Commendation, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation, Meritorious Service and Defense Meritorious Service medals.
In addition to his service for his country and state, Bubp owns and operates his law practice. He previously was elected as Adams County Court Judge and appointed by Governor Voinovich as Adams County Common Pleas, Probate, and Juvenile Judge. For his notable work in his professions he has received the 2005 Ohio AMVETS Legislative Award, the 2005-2006 United Conservatives of Ohio Watchdog of the Treasury Award, a Certificate of Appreciation from both the Ohio Recorderís Association and American Legion Post 450 and was named a Friend of Agriculture by the Ohio Farm Bureau.
In November of 2007 Bubp was mobilized to serve in Ramadi, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He worked as the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force Liaison Officer to the Governor of Anbar Province from January 2008 through November 2008 and returned to Ohio to resume his legislative responsibilities in December 2008.
Bubp holds a bachelorís degree from the University of Cincinnati and his Juris Doctorate from Ohio Northern University College of Law. He currently lives and maintains his law practice in West Union.