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Current Position: US Representative for OH 1st District since 2011
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2022 State Delegate for District 1
Former Position: State Delegate from 1995 – 2009

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NPR’s Audie Cornish talks with Congressman Steve Chabot, a ranking member of the foreign affairs subcommittee overseeing Afghanistan, about Thursday’s bombings and President Biden’s speech.

AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:

President Biden spoke late this afternoon on the events in Afghanistan today. He called the fallen U.S. service people part of a great, noble company of heroes. He pledged the U.S. evacuation would continue, and he vowed to hunt down the group responsible for the suicide attacks. For more reaction, let’s bring in Congressman Steve Chabot. He’s a Republican from Ohio. He’s also a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. That’s a ranking member of the subcommittee overseeing Afghanistan as well.

Welcome to the program.

STEVE CHABOT: Thank you. Good evening.

CORNISH: Recently, when you spoke with NPR, you called on President Biden to take responsibility for how events have been unfolding with this withdrawal process. Did you hear him do that in his address this afternoon?

CHABOT: No. Once again, he’s basically putting the blame elsewhere. And I think the important thing to remember that in the last year and a half, we had not suffered one military – an American casualty. And today, in this chaotic debacle of a pullout, we suffered at least 13, in addition to that, obviously, the dozens and dozens of Afghans, mostly our allies, who were killed as well. So this was a tragic…

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On July 20, 2021, Congressman Chabot (OH-1), Ranking Member on the Asia-Pacific Subcommittee, held a joint subcommittee hearing with the Subcommittee on Europe Energy, the Environment and Cyber on U.S. cooperation with Europe on China and the broader Indo-Pacific.

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Current Position: US Representative for OH 1st District since 2011
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2022 State Delegate for District 1
Former Position: State Delegate from 1995 – 2009

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NPR’s Audie Cornish talks with Congressman Steve Chabot, a ranking member of the foreign affairs subcommittee overseeing Afghanistan, about Thursday’s bombings and President Biden’s speech.

AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:

President Biden spoke late this afternoon on the events in Afghanistan today. He called the fallen U.S. service people part of a great, noble company of heroes. He pledged the U.S. evacuation would continue, and he vowed to hunt down the group responsible for the suicide attacks. For more reaction, let’s bring in Congressman Steve Chabot. He’s a Republican from Ohio. He’s also a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. That’s a ranking member of the subcommittee overseeing Afghanistan as well.

Welcome to the program.

STEVE CHABOT: Thank you. Good evening.

CORNISH: Recently, when you spoke with NPR, you called on President Biden to take responsibility for how events have been unfolding with this withdrawal process. Did you hear him do that in his address this afternoon?

CHABOT: No. Once again, he’s basically putting the blame elsewhere. And I think the important thing to remember that in the last year and a half, we had not suffered one military – an American casualty. And today, in this chaotic debacle of a pullout, we suffered at least 13, in addition to that, obviously, the dozens and dozens of Afghans, mostly our allies, who were killed as well. So this was a tragic…

On July 20, 2021, Congressman Chabot (OH-1), Ranking Member on the Asia-Pacific Subcommittee, held a joint subcommittee hearing with the Subcommittee on Europe Energy, the Environment and Cyber on U.S. cooperation with Europe on China and the broader Indo-Pacific.

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Congressman Steve Chabot has proudly served Ohio’s First Congressional District for 24 years. A lifelong Cincinnatian, Steve previously served as a Cincinnati City Councilman and Hamilton County Commissioner for five years each prior to being elected to Congress in 1994.

Since becoming a Member of Congress, Congressman Chabot has served on the Committee on the Judiciary, the Committee on Small Business and the Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Congressman Chabot currently serves as the Ranking Member of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, Central Asia and Nonproliferation. He has also served as: Chairman of the House Committee on Small Business from 2015-2018;  Chairman of the Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution from 2001-2006; Ranking Member on the Small Business Committee from 2019-2020 and 2007-2008; Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia from 2011-2012; and Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific from 2013-2014.

Steve continues to fight wasteful government spending in Congress, where he is one of the leading advocates for fiscal responsibility. He has consistently voted to eliminate wasteful spending and reduce the excessive tax burden on hard-working Americans. Nonpartisan taxpayer advocacy groups such as Citizens Against Government Waste, the Concord Coalition and the National Taxpayers Union have time and again rated him as one of the most taxpayer friendly members of Congress.

While in Congress, Steve has also helped lead efforts to reduce the regulatory burden on America’s small businesses, and to combat the opioid epidemic. He is an outspoken defender of the rights of the unborn, most importantly having authored the ban on the practice of partial-birth abortions.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, as Ranking Member of the House Small Business Committee, Steve worked closely with Democratic Chairwoman Nydia Velazquez and their colleagues in the Senate to help craft, enact, implement and improve the Paycheck Protection Program.  This critical program provided forgivable loans to small businesses struggling to survive the economic shutdowns implemented by states across the country, provided that the businesses kept their employees on payroll.  Ultimately, the program helped to save over 50 million jobs nationwide, including more than 256,000 in the First Congressional District.

In January 1999, Congressman Chabot served as one of 13 House Managers during the Senate impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton, where he received praise for his even-handed and thoughtful approach to the trial.

Steve graduated from LaSalle High School in 1971, and earned his undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary four years later. After college, he returned to Cincinnati to teach at St. Joseph’s School in the West End, while studying at Northern Kentucky University’s Salmon P. Chase College of Law in the evening.

Steve and his wife, Donna, live in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Westwood. They have two children, Erica and Randy, and are the proud grandparents of Reed and Keira Noelle.

Voting Record

Votes on Bills

Caucuses 

  • Congressional Taiwan Caucus (co-chair)
  • U.S.-Japan Caucus
  • House Baltic Caucus
  • House Cambodia Caucus
  • Republican Study Committee

Experience

Work Experience

  • Served as a U.S. Representative from Ohio
    1995 to 2009
  • Commisioner
    Hamilton County, Ohio
    1990 to 1994

Education

Personal

Birth Year: 1953
Place of Birth: Cincinnati, OH
Gender: Male
Race(s): Caucasian
Religion: Roman Catholic
Spouse: Donna Chabot
Children: Erica Chabot, Randy Chabot

Contact

Email:

Offices

Washington D.C. Office
2408 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2216
Fax: (202) 225-3012

Warren County Office
11 South Broadway
Lebanon, OH 45036
Phone: (513) 421-8704
Fax: (513) 421-8722

Cincinnati Office
441 Vine Street, Rm. 3003
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: (513) 684-2723
Fax: (513) 421-8722

Web

Government Page, Campaign Site, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Wikipedia

Politics

Source: none

Committees

  • Committee on Foreign Affairs
    • Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific
    • Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia
  • Committee on the Judiciary
    • Subcommittee on the Constitution
    • Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Internet
  • Committee on Small Business

Legislation

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Recent Elections

2018 US Representative

Steve Chabot (R)154,40951.3%
Aftab Purevel (D)141,11846.9%
Dirk Kubala (L)5,3391.8%
TOTAL300,866

Source: Ballotpedia

Finances

CHABOT, STEVEN J has run in 6 races for public office, winning 6 of them. The candidate has raised a total of $9,742,623.

Source: Follow the Money

Committees

Committees

House Committee on Small Business
House Committee on Foreign Affairs
House Committee on the Judiciary

Subcommittees

Middle East, North Africa, and International Terrorism
Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet
Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security

Voting Record

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New Legislation

Source: Congress.gov

Issues

Source: Government page

Revitalizing the Economy

After years of stagnant economic growth, Congress and the Trump Administration have pursued a pro-growth economic agenda – cutting regulations, reducing taxes, and letting American families keep more of their hard-earned money. As a result, our economy has come roaring back. Unemployment is the lowest it’s been in nearly 20 years, and the GDP grew an impressive 4.1 percent during the second quarter of 2018. Read More »

Health Care

The American people deserve better than Obamacare. Costs continue to skyrocket and far too many people are unable to purchase coverage for their families.That’s why I support repealing the massive healthcare power-grab by the federal government and replacing it with market-based reforms that will give American families more options at a lower cost. Read More »

Energy

America must move towards energy independence in a manner that does not threaten the environment, or kill job creation. I believe we need to consider all available options including wind, solar, bio, nuclear and drilling right here at home. As part of that effort, I think we need to increase domestic oil production. That’s why I have been a strong proponent for the Keystone XL pipeline that will bring thousands of barrels of oil to the U.S. each day, not to mention, create thousands of American jobs – some of which will be created right here in Cincinnati at our Siemens plant. Read More »

Government Spending

I believe the federal government should be required to operate in a fiscally responsible manner, just as most American families and small businesses do. The money being spent by the government is your money. That’s why I have been a consistent advocate for a balanced budget amendment to our Constitution. We are currently facing a national debt that exceeds $21 trillion! That’s more than $174,000 of debt per taxpayer. This is unacceptable. It’s time that Washington makes the tough decisions to stop wasteful government spending. Read More »

Protecting Social Security

Social Security represents a sacred contract with older Americans that should never be broken. The American people have paid into that system their entire lives, and they deserve to know it will be there for them when they need it. Read More »

Veterans

We can never do enough to repay the sacrifices made by the brave men and women who served in our nation’s armed forces. As a grateful nation, we must do everything in our power to ensure that these men and women are receiving the care and resources they need. I will always be a strong supporter of legislation and funding efforts that would ensure veterans access to medical care, education and financial services. Read More »

School Security

Our nation’s schools have become soft targets for any would-be killer with a gun. We have to do a better job of protecting both students and faculty from these increasingly frequent threats. Shortly after the shooting in Parkland, Florida, Cincinnati FOP President Dan Hils approached me with a common-sense proposal to bolster school security and help keep our children safe. Read More »

Cybersecurity

Foreign cyberattacks are becoming an increasingly dangerous threat, both to our government as well as to the private sector. As we saw firsthand during the 2016 election season, Vladimir Putin and his Russian cohorts are doing everything they can to interfere with Western democratic nations, to undermine our political systems as much as possible in order to cause chaos in every way imaginable. And that is something that should worry ever

Democracy & Governance

Government Spending

I believe the federal government should be required to operate in a fiscally responsible manner, just as most American families and small businesses do. The money being spent by the government is your money. That’s why I have been a consistent advocate for a balanced budget amendment to our Constitution. We are currently facing a national debt that exceeds $21 trillion! That’s more than $174,000 of debt per taxpayer. This is unacceptable. It’s time that Washington makes the tough decisions to stop wasteful government spending. Read More »

Economy & Jobs

Revitalizing the Economy

After years of stagnant economic growth, Congress and the Trump Administration have pursued a pro-growth economic agenda – cutting regulations, reducing taxes, and letting American families keep more of their hard-earned money. As a result, our economy has come roaring back. Unemployment is the lowest it’s been in nearly 20 years, and the GDP grew an impressive 4.1 percent during the second quarter of 2018. Read More »

Protecting Social Security

Social Security represents a sacred contract with older Americans that should never be broken. The American people have paid into that system their entire lives, and they deserve to know it will be there for them when they need it. Read More »

Public Safety

Veterans

We can never do enough to repay the sacrifices made by the brave men and women who served in our nation’s armed forces. As a grateful nation, we must do everything in our power to ensure that these men and women are receiving the care and resources they need. I will always be a strong supporter of legislation and funding efforts that would ensure veterans access to medical care, education and financial services. Read More »

School Security

Our nation’s schools have become soft targets for any would-be killer with a gun. We have to do a better job of protecting both students and faculty from these increasingly frequent threats. Shortly after the shooting in Parkland, Florida, Cincinnati FOP President Dan Hils approached me with a common-sense proposal to bolster school security and help keep our children safe. Read More »

Cybersecurity

Foreign cyberattacks are becoming an increasingly dangerous threat, both to our government as well as to the private sector. As we saw firsthand during the 2016 election season, Vladimir Putin and his Russian cohorts are doing everything they can to interfere with Western democratic nations, to undermine our political systems as much as possible in order to cause chaos in every way imaginable. And that is something that should worry ever.

Health & Education

Health Care

The American people deserve better than Obamacare. Costs continue to skyrocket and far too many people are unable to purchase coverage for their families.That’s why I support repealing the massive healthcare power-grab by the federal government and replacing it with market-based reforms that will give American families more options at a lower cost. Read More »

Human Rights

Environment & Energy

Energy

America must move towards energy independence in a manner that does not threaten the environment, or kill job creation. I believe we need to consider all available options including wind, solar, bio, nuclear and drilling right here at home. As part of that effort, I think we need to increase domestic oil production. That’s why I have been a strong proponent for the Keystone XL pipeline that will bring thousands of barrels of oil to the U.S. each day, not to mention, create thousands of American jobs – some of which will be created right here in Cincinnati at our Siemens plant. Read More »

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Steven Joseph Chabot (/ˈʃæbət/ SHAB-ət; born January 22, 1953) is an American politician and lawyer who has been the United States representative for Ohio’s 1st congressional district since 2011. A member of the Republican Party, he previously represented the district from 1995 to 2009.

Early life, education, and pre-political career

Chabot was born in 1953 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the son of Gerard Joseph and Doris Leona (née Tilley) Chabot; paternally, he is of French-Canadian descent.[1] He graduated from La Salle High School in Cincinnati in 1971, and then from the College of William and Mary in 1975, earning a Bachelor of Arts in physical education. He went on to obtain a Juris Doctor degree from Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 1978. He worked as an elementary school teacher in 1975–76 while taking law classes at night. Chabot also taught political science at the University of Cincinnati and chaired the Boy Scouts of Cincinnati.[2]

As a practicing attorney from 1978 to 1994, Chabot handled domestic disputes and the drafting of wills as a sole practitioner.[3] He operated out of a small law office in Westwood.[4]

Early political career

Chabot ran unsuccessfully for the Cincinnati City Council as an independent candidate in 1979 and as a Republican in 1983. He won a seat in 1985 as a Republican and was reelected for the next four years. In 1988, he ran for the U.S. House of Representatives against seven-term incumbent Democrat Tom Luken, who defeated him, 56–44%.[5] In 1990 he was appointed a Commissioner of Hamilton County, Ohio, and was elected later that year and again in 1992, holding that office until 1994.

U.S. House of Representatives

Elections

In 1994, Chabot ran for the U.S. House again and defeated Democratic incumbent David S. Mann of Ohio’s 1st congressional district, 56%–44%. In 1996, he defeated Democrat Mark Longabaugh, a member of the Cincinnati City Council, 54%–43%.[6] In 1998, he defeated Cincinnati Mayor Roxanne Qualls, 53% to 47%.[7] In the series of debates during that campaign, Qualls criticized Chabot for not funneling enough federal spending to his home district. Chabot countered that he would not support “wasteful or unnecessary” federal programs.[8][9] In 2000, he defeated City Councilman John Cranley 53–44%.[10] In 2002, he defeated Greg Harris with 65% of the vote.[10] In 2004, he defeated Harris again, with 60% of the vote.[11]

2006

109th Congress portrait

Chabot defeated Democratic challenger John Cranley again, this time by a narrower margin of 52–48%.[12]

2008

Chabot lost to State Representative Steve Driehaus, 52%–48%.[13]

2010

In a rematch, Chabot defeated Driehaus,[14][15] Libertarian Jim Berns, and Green Party nominee Richard Stevenson.[16] Chabot won with 52% of the vote.[17][18]

2012

Chabot defeated Democratic nominee Jeff Sinnard 58%–38%, with Green nominee Rich Stevenson, and Libertarian nominee Jim Berns picking up the balance.[19] He was helped by the 2010 round of redistricting, which shifted the majority of heavily Republican Warren County to the 1st Congressional District.[20]

Tenure

Chabot watches President Donald Trump sign the CARES Act in 2020

U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chair Ed Royce, members Steve Chabot and Robin Kelly in 2017 celebrate legislation to help educate more girls

On December 18, 2019, Chabot voted against both articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. Of the 195 Republicans who voted, all voted against both articles.

On January 7, 2021, Chabot objected to the certification of the 2020 US presidential election results in Congress based on false claims of voter fraud.[21]

In March 2021, he voted against the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.[22]

Committee assignments

Caucus memberships

Electoral history

Ohio’s 1st congressional district: Results 1988, 1994–2020[26][27]
YearWinnerVotesPctRunner-upVotesPct3rd PartyPartyVotesPct3rd PartyPartyVotesPct
1988Thomas A. Luken (inc.)117,68257%Steve Chabot90,73843%
1994Steve Chabot92,99756%David S. Mann (inc.)72,82244%
1996Steve Chabot (inc.)118,32454%Mark P. Longabaugh94,71943%John G. HalleyNatural Law5,3812%
1998Steve Chabot (inc.)92,42153%Roxanne Qualls82,00347%
2000Steve Chabot (inc.)116,76853%John Cranley98,32845%David A. GroshoffLibertarian3,3992%Richard L. StevensonNatural Law1,9331%
2002Steve Chabot (inc.)110,76065%Greg Harris60,16835%
2004Steve Chabot (inc.)173,43060%Greg Harris116,23540%*
2006Steve Chabot (inc.)105,68052%John Cranley96,58448%
2008Steve Driehaus155,45552%Steve Chabot (inc.)140,68348%*
2010Steve Chabot103,77052%Steven L. Driehaus (inc.)92,67245%Jim A. BernsLibertarian3,0762%Richard L. StevensonNatural Law2,0001%
2012Steve Chabot (inc.)201,90758%Jeff Sinnard131,49038%Jim A. BernsLibertarian9,6743%Richard L. StevensonGreen Party6,6452%
2014Steve Chabot (inc.)124,77963%Fred Kundrata72,60437%
2016Steve Chabot (inc.)210,01459%Michele Young144,64441%
2018Steve Chabot (inc.)154,40951%Aftab Pureval141,11847%Dirk KubalaLibertarian5,3392%
2020Steve Chabot (inc.)199,56052%Kate Schroder172,02245%Kevin KahnLibertarian13,6924%

*Write-in and minor candidate notes: In 2004, Rich Stevenson received 198 votes. In 2008, Eric Wilson received 85 votes and Rich Stevenson received 67 votes. In 2020, Kiumars Kiani received 11 votes.

Political positions

During the presidency of Donald Trump, Chabot voted in line with Trump’s stated position 93.1% of the time.[28] As of August 2022, Chabot had voted in line with Joe Biden‘s stated position 16.4% of the time.[29]

Health care

Chabot authored a bill prohibiting a form of late-term abortion called partial-birth abortion, referred to in some medical literature by its less common name of intact dilation and extraction. President George W. Bush signed the bill into law on November 5, 2003.[30][non-primary source needed]

Chabot favors repealing the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). He favors market-based reforms that he claims will offer American families more lower-cost options.[31] He supported the March 2017 version of the American Health Care Act, the GOP’s replacement for Obamacare.[32] On May 4, 2017, Chabot voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act and pass the American Health Care Act.[33][34]

Environment

On the topic of man-made climate change, Chabot has said, “the evidence concerning man-made climate change is far from conclusive”.[35] He has said cap-and-trade is an “extreme proposal” that would harm the economy.[35]

Other

In 1999, Chabot was one of the managers appointed to conduct the impeachment proceedings of President Bill Clinton.[36]

On August 22, 2011, Chabot asked Cincinnati police to confiscate cameras being used by private citizens to record a town-hall meeting, even as media television cameras recorded the incident.[37][38][39] YouTube videos of the incident provided wide awareness of it, and the participating police officer was later disciplined.[40]

In 2002, Chabot advocated teaching intelligent design alongside the theory of evolution by natural selection in Ohio high schools.[41]

Chabot has called for ending logging subsidies in the Tongass National Forest,[42] and promoted relations with Taiwan.[43] In 2002, he helped spearhead the local campaign against building a light rail system in Hamilton County.[44]

As of 2016, Chabot had traveled on congressional fact-finding missions to 46 countries at a cost of $200,000.[45]

Personal life

Chabot lives with his wife Donna in Westwood. They have two children and a grandson.[46]

References

  1. ^ “chabot”. Freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com. Retrieved September 5, 2018.
  2. ^ “Steve Chabot About Steve”. Steve Chabot Congress. Retrieved December 2, 2014.
  3. ^ Juliet Eilperin, “Like-Minded Team of 13 to Present House’s Case”, Washington Post, January 14, 1999
  4. ^ Paul Barton, “Chabot guaranteed place in textbooks”, Cincinnati Enquirer, January 14, 1999
  5. ^ “OH District 1 Race – Nov 08, 1988”. Our Campaigns. Retrieved May 25, 2012.
  6. ^ “OH District 1 Race – Nov 05, 1996”. Our Campaigns. Retrieved May 25, 2012.
  7. ^ “OH District 1 Race – Nov 03, 1998”. Our Campaigns. Retrieved May 25, 2012.
  8. ^ “Rep. Steve Chabot (R)”. Almanac of American Politics. Archived from the original on May 16, 2011. Retrieved July 5, 2006.
  9. ^ Wilkinson, Howard (October 28, 1998). “Chabot, Qualls debate pork vs. fair share”. The Cincinnati Enquirer. Retrieved October 28, 2009.
  10. ^ a b “OH District 1 Race – Nov 07, 2000”. Our Campaigns. Retrieved May 25, 2012.
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  14. ^ Zeleny, Jeff (July 3, 2010). “In Midterm Elections, a Rougher Road for Incumbent Democrats”. The New York Times.
  15. ^ “Politics 2010: Parties play take-away, keep-away in Ohio”. UPI.com. May 2, 2010. Retrieved August 23, 2010.
  16. ^ Official Hamilton County Candidates and Issues List Archived October 21, 2010, at the Wayback Machine Hamilton County Ohio Board of Elections
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  21. ^ Yourish, Karen; Buchanan, Larry; Lu, Denise (January 7, 2021). “The 147 Republicans Who Voted to Overturn Election Results”. The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved January 10, 2021.
  22. ^ “FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 49”. clerk.house.gov. Retrieved April 27, 2021.
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  27. ^ “2012 Elections Results – Ohio Secretary of State”. Sos.state.oh.us. Retrieved September 5, 2018.
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  29. ^ Bycoffe, Anna Wiederkehr and Aaron (April 22, 2021). “Does Your Member Of Congress Vote With Or Against Biden?”. FiveThirtyEight. Retrieved August 1, 2022.
  30. ^ “Steve Chabot – Legislative Issues”. US House web site. 2008. Archived from the original on February 2, 2008. Retrieved October 28, 2009.
  31. ^ BieryGolick, Keith (February 1, 2017). “Crashing congressman’s office over ‘Obamacare’ stance”. Cincinnati.com. Retrieved January 11, 2018.
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  37. ^ Wilkinson, Howard (September 2, 2011). “Chabot camera seizure irks right and left”. Cincinnati.com. Retrieved September 24, 2011.
  38. ^ Wilkinson, Howard “Democrats’ cameras seized by police at Chabot Town Hall meeting”, Cincinnati.com, August 24, 2011
  39. ^ Kurt Nimmo, [1] “Cops Confiscate Cameras at Ohio Congressman’s Town Hall”, August 24, 2011
  40. ^ Wilkinson, Howard (September 20, 2011). “Officer who confiscated cameras at Chabot event gets “administrative insight”. Cincinnati.com. Archived from the original on October 6, 2012. Retrieved September 24, 2011.
  41. ^ Murray, Iaian (June 5, 2002). “Scientific Boehner: The new creationism and the congressmen who support it”. The American Prospect. Archived from the original on August 10, 2011. Retrieved October 28, 2009.
  42. ^ “Cut it out – Stop spending taxpayers’ money to build roads for timber companies”. The Columbus Dispatch – Editorial. May 16, 2006. Retrieved October 28, 2009.[permanent dead link]
  43. ^ Snyder, Charles (June 30, 2006). “US House adopts measure on Taiwan”. Taipei Times. p. 1. Retrieved October 28, 2009.
  44. ^ Monk, Dan; Lucy May (May 11, 2001). “Missing the bus”. Business Courier of Cincinnati. pp. 1, 12. Retrieved October 28, 2009.
  45. ^ “From Westwood to the World”. Citybeat.com. October 26, 2016. Retrieved September 5, 2018.
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Ranking Member, Subcommittee on Communications and Technology – Committee on Energy and Commerce

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Congratulations to Karley Stant, a junior at Miller City-New Cleveland High School, for winning the #OH5 2021 Congressional Art Competition! “Neon Lights” will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol Tunnel for 1 year. Karley used colored pencils to create her impressive artwork.

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Congressman Bob Latta (R-Ohio’s 5th Congressional District) Opening Remarks During “BigTech” Hearing

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Mike Turner – OH10

Current Position: US Representative for OH 10th District since 2003
Affiliation: Republican
Former Positions: President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly from 2014 – 2016; US Senator; Mayor of Dayton from 1994 – 2002

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Ranking Members @RepMikeRogersAL& @JimInhofe released the following statement after receiving a letter from the Nuclear Weapons Council outlining their concerns with President Biden’s budget request for the National Nuclear Security Administration.

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“YOU GUYS WANNA BE THE LAUGHING STOCK OF HISTORY?” Mike Turner on Impeachment Hearing Day 5

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Troy Balderson – OH12

Current Position: US Representative for OH 12th District since 2018
Affiliation: Republican
Former Positions: State Senator; State Delegate from 2011 – 2018

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The Administration’s decision to turn a blind eye to the crisis at our southern border: – jeopardizes our national security, – worsens the flow of drugs into our communities, – endangers desperate individuals who rely on cartels to make the dangerous trek #BorderCrisis

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Balderson talks at Trump rally

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Dave Joyce – OH15

Current Position: US Representative for OH 14th District since 2013
Affiliation: Republican
Former Position: Prosecutor of Geauga County from 1988 – 2013

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Ranking Member, Subcommittee on Interior, Environment and Related Agencies – House Appropriations Committee

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The surge of anti-Semitic violence, harassment and rhetoric targeting Jewish Americans makes me sick. Simply condemning anti-Semitism is not enough. We must work together as a nation to prevent this hatred from ever taking root in the first place.

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GOP Rep. Dave Joyce’s campaign ad pushing back on Republicans and Donald Trump

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Anthony Gonzalez – OH16

Current Position: US Representative for OH 16th District since 2019
Affiliation: Republican
Former Position: Professional football player from 2007 – 2012

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The Northeast Ohio steel industry continues to offer quality, high-paying jobs that support our families and communities. Supporting breakthrough technologies to ensure our manufacturers maintain a competitive edge is a no-brainer. video on SUPER ACT

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Rep. Anthony Gonzalez defends vote against former President Trump on podcast

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