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133rd Ohio General Assembly

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

133rd Ohio General Assembly
132nd 134th
Ohio Statehouse columbus.jpg
Overview
TermJanuary 7, 2019 (2019-01-07) – December 31, 2020 (2020-12-31)
Ohio Senate
Ohio Senate Diagram 2019 - 2021.svg
Senate party standings
Members33 (24 R, 9 D)
President of the SenateLarry Obhof (R)
President Pro TemporeBob Peterson (R)
Party controlRepublican Party
House of Representatives
Ohio House Diagram 2019 - 2021.svg
House party standings
Members99 (61 R, 38 D)
House SpeakerLarry Householder (R)
Party controlRepublican Party
Sessions
1stJanuary 7, 2019 – TBD

The One Hundred Thirty-Third Ohio General Assembly is the current meeting of the Ohio state legislature, composed of the Ohio State Senate and the Ohio House of Representatives. It convened in Columbus, Ohio on January 7, 2019 and is scheduled to adjourn December 31, 2020. The apportionment of legislative districts is based on the 2010 United States Census and 2011 redistricting plan. Both the Ohio Senate and Ohio House of Representatives were retained by the Ohio Republican Party.

Party summary

Resignations and new members are discussed in the "Changes in membership" section, below.

Senate

Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total Vacant
Democratic Republican
End of previous Assembly 9 24 33 0
Begin (January 7, 2019) 9 24 33 0
January 14, 2019 23 32 1
February 6, 2019 24 33 0
March 31, 2019 23 32 1
May 8, 2019 24 33 0
Latest voting share 27.3% 72.7%

House of Representatives

Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total Vacant
Democratic Republican
End of previous Assembly 33 65 98 1
Begin (January 7, 2019) 38 60 98 1
March 27, 2019 61 99 0
May 1, 2019 37 98 1
May 5, 2019 60 97 2
May 8, 2019 59 96 3
May 22, 2019 60 97 2
May 29, 2019 61 98 1
June 5, 2019 38 99 0
Latest voting share 38.4% 61.6%

Leadership

Senate

Majority (Republican) leadership
Minority (Democratic) leadership

House of Representatives

Majority (Republican) leadership
Minority (Democratic) leadership

Membership

Senate

District Senator Party Residence First elected Term Limited
1 Rob McColley Republican Napoleon 2017 (Appt.) 2026
2 Theresa Gavarone Republican Bowling Green 2019 (Appt.) 2028
3 Tina Maharath Democratic Canal Winchester 2018 2026
4 Bill Coley Republican Liberty Township 2011 (Appt.) 2020
5 Steve Huffman Republican Tipp City 2018 2026
6 Peggy Lehner Republican Kettering 2011 (Appt.) 2020
7 Steve Wilson Republican Maineville 2017 (Appt.) 2026
8 Louis Terhar Republican Cincinnati 2016 2024
9 Cecil Thomas Democratic Cincinnati 2014 2022
10 Bob Hackett Republican London 2016 (Appt.) 2024
11 Theresa Fedor Democratic Toledo 2018 2026
12 Matt Huffman Republican Lima 2016 2024
13 Nathan Manning Republican North Ridgeville 2018 2026
14 Joe Uecker Republican Miami Township 2012 2020
15 Hearcel Craig Democratic Columbus 2018 2026
16 Stephanie Kunze Republican Columbus 2016 2024
17 Bob Peterson Republican Jasper Township 2012 (Appt.) 2022
18 John Eklund Republican Munson Township 2011 (Appt.) 2020
19 Andrew Brenner Republican Powell 2018 2026
20 Tim Schaffer Republican Lancaster 2019 (Appt.) 2028
21 Sandra Williams Democratic Cleveland 2014 2022
22 Larry Obhof Republican Montville Township 2011 (Appt.) 2020
23 Nickie Antonio Democratic Lakewood 2018 2026
24 Matt Dolan Republican Chagrin Falls 2016 2024
25 Kenny Yuko Democratic Richmond Heights 2014 2022
26 David Burke Republican Marysville 2011 (Appt.) 2020
27 Kristina Roegner Republican Hudson 2018 2026
28 Vernon Sykes Democratic Akron 2016 2024
29 Kirk Schuring Republican Canton 2018 2026
30 Frank Hoagland Republican Adena 2016 2024
31 Jay Hottinger Republican Newark 2014 2022
32 Sean O'Brien Democratic Hubbard 2016 2024
33 Michael Rulli Republican Salem 2018 2026

House of Representatives

District Representative Party Residence First Elected Term Limited
1 Scott Wiggam Republican Wooster 2016 2024
2 Mark Romanchuk Republican Ontario 2012 2020
3 Haraz Ghanbari Republican Perrysburg 2019 (Appt.) 2028
4 Robert Cupp Republican Shawnee Township 2014 2022
5 Tim Ginter Republican Salem 2014 2022
6 Phil Robinson Democratic Cleveland 2018 2026
7 Tom Patton Republican Strongsville 2016 2024
8 Kent Smith Democratic Euclid 2014 2022
9 Janine Boyd Democratic Cleveland Heights 2014 2022
10 Terrence Upchurch Democratic Cleveland 2018 2026
11 Stephanie Howse Democratic Cleveland 2014 2022
12 Juanita Brent Democratic Cleveland 2018 2026
13 Michael Skindell Democratic Lakewood 2018 2026
14 Bride Rose Sweeney Democratic Cleveland 2018 (Appt.) 2026
15 Jeff Crossman Democratic Parma 2018 2026
16 David Greenspan Republican Westlake 2016 2024
17 Adam Miller Democratic Columbus 2016 2024
18 Kristin Boggs Democratic Columbus 2016 (Appt.) 2024
19 Mary Lightbody Democratic Westerville 2018 2026
20 Richard Brown Democratic Canal Winchester 2017 (Appt.) 2026
21 Beth Liston Democratic Dublin 2018 2026
22 David Leland Democratic Columbus 2014 2022
23 Laura Lanese Republican Grove City 2016 2024
24 Allison Russo Democratic Upper Arlington 2018 2026
25 Bernadine Kent Democratic Columbus 2016 2024
26 Erica Crawley Democratic Columbus 2018 2026
27 Tom Brinkman Republican Cincinnati 2014 2022
28 Jessica Miranda Democratic Forest Park 2018 2026
29 Louis Blessing Republican Colerain Township 2012 2020
30 Bill Seitz Republican Green Township 2016 2024
31 Brigid Kelly Democratic Cincinnati 2016 2024
32 Catherine Ingram Democratic Cincinnati 2016 2024
33 Sedrick Denson Democratic Cincinnati 2018 2026
34 Emilia Sykes Democratic Akron 2014 2022
35 Tavia Galonski Democratic Akron 2017 (Appt.) 2026
36 Anthony DeVitis Republican Green 2011 (Appt.) 2020
37 Casey Weinstein Democratic Hudson 2018 2026
38 Bill Roemer Republican Richfield 2018 2026
39 Fred Strahorn Democratic Dayton 2012 2020
40 Phil Plummer Republican Dayton 2018 2026
41 Jim Butler Republican Oakwood 2011 (Appt.) 2020
42 Niraj Antani Republican Miamisburg 2014 (Appt.) 2022
43 Jeffrey Todd Smith Republican Germantown 2018 (Appt.) 2026
44 Paula Hicks-Hudson Democratic Toledo 2018 2026
45 Lisa Sobecki Democratic Toledo 2018 2026
46 Michael Sheehy Democratic Oregon 2013 (Appt.) 2020
47 Derek Merrin Republican Waterville 2016 (Appt.) 2024
48 Scott Oelslager Republican North Canton 2018 2026
49 Tom West Democratic Canton 2016 2024
50 Reggie Stoltzfus Republican Paris Township 2018 2026
51 Sara Carruthers Republican Hamilton 2018 2026
52 George Lang Republican West Chester 2017 (Appt.) 2026
53 Candice Keller Republican Middletown 2016 (Appt.) 2024
54 Paul Zeltwanger Republican Mason 2014 2022
55 Gayle Manning Republican North Ridgeville 2018 2026
56 Joe Miller Democratic Amherst 2018 2026
57 Dick Stein Republican Norwalk 2016 2024
58 Michele Lepore-Hagan Democratic Youngstown 2014 2022
59 Don Manning Republican New Middletown 2018 2026
60 John Rogers Democratic Mentor-on-the-Lake 2012 2020
61 Jamie Callender Republican Mayfield 2018 2026
62 Scott Lipps Republican Franklin 2016 2024
63 Gil Blair Democratic Weathersfield Township 2019 (Appt.) 2028
64 Michael O'Brien Democratic Warren 2014 2022
65 John Becker Republican Union Township 2012 2020
66 Doug Green Republican Russellville 2012 2020
67 Kris Jordan Republican Powell 2018 2026
68 Rick Carfagna Republican Westerville 2016 2024
69 Steve Hambley Republican Brunswick 2014 2022
70 Darrell Kick Republican Loudonville 2016 2024
71 Scott Ryan Republican Granville Township 2014 2022
72 Larry Householder Republican Glenford 2016 2024
73 Rick Perales Republican Beavercreek 2012 2020
74 Bill Dean Republican Xenia 2016 (Appt.) 2024
75 Randi Clites Democratic Ravenna 2018 2026
76 Diane Grendell Republican Chesterland 2019 (Appt.) 2028
77 Jeffrey LaRe Republican Violet Township 2019 (Appt.) 2028
78 Ron Hood Republican Walnut Township 2012 2020
79 Kyle Koehler Republican German Township 2014 2022
80 Jena Powell Republican Arcanum 2018 2026
81 James Hoops Republican Napoleon 2018 2026
82 Craig Riedel Republican Defiance 2016 2024
83 Jon Cross Republican Kenton 2018 2026
84 Susan Manchester Republican Waynesfield 2018 2026
85 Nino Vitale Republican Union Township 2014 2022
86 Tracy Richardson Republican Marysville 2018 2026
87 Riordan McClain Republican Upper Sandusky 2018 (Appt.) 2026
88 Bill Reineke Republican Eden Township 2014 2022
89 Steve Arndt Republican Port Clinton 2015 (Appt.) 2024
90 Brian Baldridge Republican Cherry Fork 2018 2026
91 Shane Wilkin Republican Lynchburg 2018 (Appt.) 2026
92 Gary Scherer Republican Jackson Township 2012 (Appt.) 2020
93 Ryan Smith Republican Green Township 2012 (Appt.) 2020
94 Jay Edwards Republican Nelsonville 2016 2024
95 Don Jones Republican Freeport 2018 2026
96 Jack Cera Democratic Pultney Township 2011 (Appt.) 2020
97 Adam Holmes Republican Nashport 2019 (Appt.) 2028
98 Brett Hillyer Republican Uhrichsville 2018 2026
99 John Patterson Democratic Jefferson 2012 2020

Changes in membership

Senate

District Predecessor Reason for change Successor Date successor

seated

2nd Randy Gardner (R) Gardner resigned to become a member of the Governor's Cabinet. Theresa Gavarone (R) February 6, 2019
20th Brian Hill (R) Hill resigned to serve as CEO of the Guernsey-Muskingum Electric Cooperative. Tim Schaffer (R) May 8, 2019

House of Representatives

District Predecessor Reason for change Successor Date successor

seated

97th Vacant Seat left vacant after Brian Hill was appointed to the Ohio Senate at the end of the 132nd General Assembly following his re-election to the 97th House district. Adam Holmes (R) February 6, 2019
3rd Theresa Gavarone (R) Gavarone resigned after being appointed to the Ohio Senate. Haraz Ghanbari (R) March 27, 2019
63rd Glenn Holmes (D) Holmes resigned after being appointed to the Ohio Parole Board. Gil Blair (D) June 5, 2019
76th Sarah LaTourette (R) LaTourette resigned after being appointed executive director of Ohio Family and Children First. Diane Grendell (R) May 29, 2019
77th Tim Schaffer (R) Schaffer resigned after being appointed to the Ohio Senate. Jeffrey LaRe (R) May 22, 2019

Committees

Listed alphabetically by chamber, including Chairperson and Ranking Member.

Senate

Committee Chair Ranking Member
Agriculture and Natural Resources Frank Hoagland Sean O'Brien
Education Peggy Lehner Theresa Fedor
Energy and Public Utilities Steve Wilson Sandra Williams
Finance Matt Dolan Vernon Sykes
Government Oversight and Reform Bill Coley Hearcel Craig
Health, Human Services and Medicaid David Burke Nickie Antonio
Insurance and Financial Institutions Bob Hackett Hearcel Craig
Judiciary John Eklund Cecil Thomas
Local Government, Public Safety and Veterans Affairs Joe Uecker Tina Maharath
Rules and Reference Larry Obhof Kenny Yuko
Transportation, Commerce and Workforce Rob McColley Nickie Antonio
Ways and Means Louis Terhar Sandra Williams

House of Representatives

Committee Chair Ranking Member
Aging and Long Term Care Steven Arndt Stephanie Howse
Agriculture and Rural Development J. Kyle Koehler Juanita Brent
Armed Services and Veterans Affairs Rick Perales Casey Weinstein
Civil Justice Stephen Hambley Richard Brown
Commerce and Labor Gayle Manning Michele Lepore-Hagan
Criminal Justice George Lang David Leland
Economic and Workforce Development Paul Zeltwanger Lisa Sobecki
Energy and Natural Resources A. Nino Vitale Sedrick Denson
Federalism John Becker Adam Miller
Finance Scott Oelslager Jack Cera
Financial Institutions Kris Jordan Kent Smith
Health Derek Merrin Janine Boyd
Higher Education Candice Keller Catherine Ingram
Insurance Thomas Brinkman, Jr. Kristin Boggs
Primary and Secondary Education Louis Blessing III Phillip Robinson, Jr.
Public Utilities Jamie Callender Glenn Holmes
Rules and Reference Larry Householder Emilia Sykes
State and Local Government Scott Wiggam Brigid Kelly
Transportation and Public Safety Doug Green Michael Sheehy
Ways and Means Vacant John Rogers

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Senate Republicans Elect Leadership Team for 133rd General Assembly | Senator Larry Obhof | The Ohio Senate". www.ohiosenate.gov. Retrieved December 27, 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Republican Caucus | The Ohio Senate". www.ohiosenate.gov. Retrieved February 6, 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d "Senate Democrats Elect Leadership Team for Next General Assembly, Sen. Williams elected Assistant Minority Whip | Senator Sandra Williams | The Ohio Senate". www.ohiosenate.gov. Retrieved December 27, 2018.
  4. ^ Siegel, Jim. "Larry Householder elected Ohio House speaker, ending bitter leadership fight". The Columbus Dispatch. Retrieved January 7, 2019.
  5. ^ a b c d e "House Republican Leadership Elected | Majority Caucus | The Ohio House of Representatives". www.ohiohouse.gov. Retrieved February 6, 2019.
  6. ^ a b c d "House Democrats Announce New Leadership Team For 133rd General Assembly | Minority Caucus | The Ohio House of Representatives". www.ohiohouse.gov. Retrieved January 24, 2019.
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