Moreno Speaks to Republicans in Bellefontaine


Bernie Moreno, a Republican candidate for US Senate, was in Bellefontaine Monday afternoon for the monthly Republican Luncheon.

Moreno was born in Bogota, Colombia.

At age five, his American dream began when he moved to the United States with his family.

Moreno became an American citizen at age 18.

He purchased his first car dealership in 2005 by investing every cent he had, and then some, and never looked back.

Through his relentless work ethic and untamable entrepreneurial spirit, he turned that one dealership into one of the largest dealership groups in America.

More recently, in 2016, Moreno recognized the value and transformational potential of blockchain technology, before it received mainstream attention, and moved much of his volunteer time and investment dollars into the space.

In 2018 he co-founded ChampTitles, which eliminates the need for States to issue paper titles.

The company has grown to be quite successful as Moreno served as Chairman of the Board.

He recently sold his entire stake in the company and is no longer Board Chair.

After a long, successful career, Moreno sold most of his business to begin focusing on his calling: protecting the American dream for another generation.

He saw the government calling some people essential and other hardworking Ohioans “unessential.”

He saw schools shut down and China go unpunished for unleashing a virus on the world.

He saw politicians afraid to take on the CCP for stealing our jobs and technology; buying our farmland; and influencing young minds via TikTok and Confucius Institutes.

Solving our country’s problems requires common sense.

In Washington, Bernie will fight to shrink government, protect our freedoms, stop the Chinese communist party from taking our data and land, and always put America First.

Ohioans are done with politicians who talk a big game and do nothing. Bernie wants to go to D.C. to get work done – just like he always has.

Moreno lives in Westlake, Ohio, with his wife, Bridget, and has four adult children.

Listen to my interview with Moreno as he talks about what sets him apart from others running for the position: