Danny O'Connor was born and raised in rural Ohio. His mother was a teacher and he was taught the value of giving back by his his family. As Franklin County Recorder, O’Connor has helped turn the office around to make it more efficient for taxpayers and instituted reforms that helped homeowners, veterans, and the homeless. In 2015, Danny and his law partner were honored to contribute to the American Association of Matrimonial Lawyers Amicus Brief supporting Ohioan Jim Obergefell’s push to recognize marriage equality. And he worked to make the Recorder’s Office a place that supports working families, creating the department’s first paid family leave program for his employees.
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