Weirauch holds an Master of Public Administration in Public Administration from B.G.S.U. and cites various other credentials as well.
Weirauch is a public administrator who formerly served as an Assistant Director at the Center Foreign Regional Development at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. Weirauch"s campaign team toured the geographically large district in a retired ambulance decorated with her, "Code of Professional Responsibility - Caring Personal Representation", slogan. Weirauch lost the 2006 election, receiving 43% of the vote.
Gillmor was re-elected but died during the term, on September 5, 2007.
Prior to Gillmor"s death, Weirauch wrote several letters published in the Toledo Blade, criticizing Republican Gillmor for supposedly living outside the district with only a token address within the district so that he could claim residency.
On September 20, 2007, Weirauch announced her candidacy for the vacant Fifth District seat in the United States. House of Representatives with a video released on YouTube.com. She lost the election to the Grand Old Party candidate.
In 2008, she ran for Henry County Commissioner in the November election against Republican incumbent Bob Hastedt.
Henry County, Ohio is a largely Republican leaning county (it voted for McCain over Obama by 1,900 votes), and Weirauch lost the election for commissioner by a large margin. 2007 United States House, Ohio District 5 Special Election
= Democratic Primary Election, November 6 = General Election, December 11 2006 United States House, Ohio District 5
2004 United States House, Ohio District 5.