Jim Renacci

Jim Renacci


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Renacci Hospital Readmissions Bill Marked Up by Ways & Means Committee

2016-05-25 13:11:17

Renacci Delivers University of Akron Commencement Speech

2016-05-16 22:05:37

Renacci Identity Theft Bill Passed by U.S. House of Representatives

2016-05-16 20:52:53

Markup of my bill to curb tax-related identity theft

2016-04-28 16:10:56

Inexcusable that last year the IRS rehired hundreds of employees who were terminated for misconduct

2016-04-21 14:37:59

Renacci Testifies Before the Ways and Means Committee

2016-04-19 14:38:49

WOIO: Renacci Shares his Personal Story on Identity Theft

2016-04-18 20:52:38

Tax Treatment of Health Care

2016-04-15 18:31:52

Ways & Means Mark-Up on Legislation to Hold the IRS More Accountable

2016-04-13 20:23:19

Hearing on Fundamental Tax Reform Proposals

2016-03-25 15:07:59

Ohio Teachers, Police Officers, Firefighters Deserve Fair Social Security Benefits

2016-03-22 21:10:17

Fox 8 News: Renacci works to protect others after becoming victim of identity theft

2016-03-10 14:51:04

CSPAN: Bipartisan Working Group

2016-02-26 16:22:42

Renacci: We need a tax code that is built for growth

2016-02-26 16:36:10

First Step in Starting the Dialogue to Fix Our Growing Debt

2016-02-11 20:10:21

Questioning Treasury Secretary Lew on the Administration's Proposed FY17 Budget

2016-02-11 22:25:13

Interested in Attending a U.S. Service Academy?

2016-02-11 13:53:22

Renacci Responds to the State of the Union

2016-01-13 04:27:01

What do you hope to hear in the President's final SOTU address?

2016-01-08 18:54:50

Renacci's tax bills pass the House

2015-12-19 21:26:44

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Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-3876
Fax 202-225-3059

Committee Assignments

Ways and Means

Jim Renacci was elected to the United States House of Representatives in November of 2010 and is serving his second term representing the 16th district of Ohio. He is a member of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee.

Jim grew up in a working class, union family in western Pennsylvania —his father was a railroad worker and his mother was a nurse. He was the first in his family to graduate from college and paid his own way through school by working a wide range of jobs, including as a truck driver, a mechanic and on a road crew. In 1980, he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

After graduating college, Jim became a Certified Public Accountant and went to work for Grant Thornton in Pittsburgh, specializing in their health care accounting practice. In 1983, Jim left Pittsburgh for Wadsworth, OH, where he founded LTC Management Services, a company that owned, operated, and managed nursing facilities throughout the region. Jim also founded a CPA firm in 1989, along with several other business ventures. Throughout his nearly 30-year business career Jim owned and operated over 60 entities, created more than 1,500 jobs and employed over 3,000 people.

In addition to his work helping grow northeast Ohio’s economy as a private sector business owner, Jim has also dedicated much of his life to public service. He spent five years as a volunteer firefighter in Wadsworth, served on the city’s Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, and was later elected to two terms as President of the City Council. In 2004, Jim was elected Mayor of Wadsworth, where he successfully balanced the city’s $80 million dollar budget and converted a multi-million dollar deficit into a surplus, without raising taxes.

Outside of his work in the business world and public service, Jim and his wife Tina have raised three children, one daughter and two sons. Jim is a faithful member of his local Parish and has ushered in Mass for over twenty years. For Jim, serving in Congress is an opportunity to give back to his country and his community, while seeking to advance the common sense conservative principles we need to restore strength to our economy and accountability to our government. He is deeply proud of his working class roots, where he learned the value of hard work and developed his unyielding commitment to preserving the American Dream. He is honored to serve the people of the 16th district as their voice in Washington and hopes to continue his work with both Republicans and Democrats to help our nation meet the many challenges it faces today.

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