Steve Stivers

Steve Stivers

OHIO's 15th DISTRICT

Support Local Business, #ShopSmall

2017/11/21

            Small Business Saturday is an excellent opportunity for communities to support their entrepreneurs and job creators.  Across the country, consumers make a conscious effort to Shop Small, and in doing so, stimulate their local economies and show their appreciation for the work of their neighbors. 

            In Congress, we are also working to support small businesses.  Recently, I partnered with Representatives Brad Sherman (D-CA), Patrick McHenry (R-NC), and Gwen Moore (D-WI) to introduce bipartisan legislation to expand access to capital for America’s small and middle market companies.  The Small Business Credit Availability Act makes important reforms that will enable Business Development Companies (BDCs) to make more investments in small businesses. 

            BDCs were created by Congress to assist small businesses in acquiring capital to grow their operations and hire more workers.  BDCs are required to invest at least 70 percent of their assets into private operating companies and publicly traded firms – such as middle market businesses.  They are an important source of financing for many locally-owned businesses, especially in recent years as banks have cut back on lending.  The Small Business Credit Availability Act makes it easier for BDCs to provide financing so that these businesses can continue to create jobs in our communities.  After all, small businesses employ nearly 48 million Americans and are responsible for approximately one-third of our nation’s gross domestic product (GDP).

            That is why we also cannot afford to punish the hard work of these job creators with high tax rates.  I have heard from many entrepreneurs in the 15th District who have been directly impacted by the current astronomical rates their businesses are subject to.  In some cases, rates are as high as 44.6 percent.  Worse yet are the constituents I hear from who have incredible ideas and the business savvy necessary to pursue them, but see our overwhelmingly complex tax code as a barrier to market entry that they cannot overcome.

That’s not an unfounded fear; over $4 billion is spent each year by businesses trying to comply with our tax code – that’s nearly $12,000 per company each year.  That is $12,000 that could be spent hiring more workers, growing their businesses, and contributing to their local economies. 

As Congress continues to work towards tax reform, small businesses must remain at the heart of the discussion.  The House has taken important steps like allowing businesses to write off the full cost of new equipment immediately.  This way, businesses can get their operations off the ground and enhance the skills of workers, all while unleashing growth of jobs, productivity, and paychecks.

There is much that can be done to reduce the tax burden that new businesses face when they are first opening their doors, but that is a small piece of the puzzle.  We need a comprehensive reform of our tax code that puts more money in the pockets of middle-class Americans so that we can give them the economic freedom to pursue entrepreneurial opportunities and invest in themselves and their ideas.  I am committed to working towards lowering tax rates so that job creators can invest more money in their businesses and their workers. 

For more information on our efforts to reform the tax code, please click here.  If you have questions about how we are working to support small businesses, or any of the issues before Congress, please contact my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-2015, my Hilliard office at (614) 771-4968, my Lancaster office at (740) 654-2654, or my Wilmington office at (937) 283-7049. 

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Statement from Rep. Stivers on Tax Reform

2017/11/16

The following statement can be attributed to Congressman Steve Stivers (R-OH):

“Today, the House has taken another step in providing tax relief to the millions of individuals, families, and businesses who desperately need it. This tax reform bill will make America competitive again, bring jobs back our country, grow our economy, and put money in pockets of hard working taxpayers. As tax reform continues through the legislative process, I believe we can unite and pass this important legislation for the American people.”

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Supporting Our Students

2017/11/13

    Recently, I had the opportunity to return to my alma mater, The Ohio State University, to participate in the Congressional Conversations series, presented by the Moritz College of Law and the John Glenn College of Public Affairs.  It was a beneficial afternoon spent discussing the legislative process and the need for bipartisanship, and a great opportunity to engage with students. 

    Whenever I visit any of the colleges or universities in the 15th District - Hocking College, Ohio Christian University, The Ohio State University, Ohio University, or Wilmington College - I am incredibly impressed by the caliber of these students, and that afternoon was no exception.  As their Congressman, one of my priorities is to support them, and all students who want to pursue higher education, to the best of my ability.

    That is why I recently spoke on the House Floor in support of the College Transparency Act – a bill that I am cosponsoring with Representatives Paul Mitchell (R-MI) and Jared Polis (D-CO).  This bipartisan bill supports students and families who are looking to enroll at a college or university by ensuring that they have access to reliable information, like enrollment, completion, and the number of graduates from a particular major that are employed.  By revamping the student-level data provided to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), prospective students will be able to assess how similar students have succeeded at a college or university.  Additionally, this bill will rework the overly-burdensome reporting system institutions must comply with, and ensure that the valuable information is securely stored and presented in a user-friendly website.

    November is an exciting but stressful time for many young students in the 15th District, and across the country, as high school seniors begin to receive their acceptance letters and contemplate what path they will take following graduation. This legislation will ensure that potential students understand the investment that they are making by providing information to show how others students have succeeded at an institution, and help point them towards schools best suited to their unique needs and desired outcomes.  College is hard enough; the least Congress can do is make deciding which school is right for you a little bit easier.

    For students who have already made the choice to pursue higher education, but may be struggling with the web of federal financial aid, my office may be able to help.  If you, or someone you know, is having an issue with the IRS or the Department of Education, please call my Hilliard office at 614-771-4968.  

    My afternoon at OSU just reinforced how crucial it is that we help our students.  We cannot squander our best natural resource: the minds of the next generation.  If you have any questions about the College Transparency Act, or other legislation being considered in Congress, please do not hesitate to contact my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-2015, my Hilliard office at (614) 771-4968, my Lancaster office at (740) 654-2654, or my Wilmington office at (937) 283-7049.

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Representative Stivers Introduces Small Business Credit Availability Act

2017/11/08

WASHINGTON, DC – This week, Representative Steve Stivers (R-OH) introduced the Small Business Credit Availability Act along with Representatives Brad Sherman (D-CA), Patrick McHenry (R-NC), and Gwen Moore (D-WI). This bipartisan legislation will make important reforms to enable Business Development Companies (BDCs) to deploy more capital to America’s small and middle market companies, allowing them to meet their financing needs so they can grow their businesses and hire more workers.

The legislation reduces BDCs' asset-ratio requirement enabling more investments in small and middle-market America.  The bill would also modernize BDCs' securities offering requirements by eliminating costly and duplicative regulatory paperwork that diverts investments away from job creation and economic growth.

“Unfortunately, in recent years, we have seen banks cut back on lending to small and mid-sized businesses, making BDCs an even more important resource to our job creators,” Stivers said. “We must make it easier for BDCs to provide financing to these businesses so they can continue to create jobs in our communities.”

Over half of all BDCs are publicly traded, allowing retail investors an opportunity to invest in small and middle market companies on Main Street. However, despite their growing importance, the regulatory policies that govern them have remained largely unchanged since their creation over 30 years ago.

BDCs were created by Congress to fill the void left after banks slowed lending to small businesses following losses in oil and real estate investments in the 1970s.  BDCs are required to invest at least 70 percent of their assets into private operating companies and publicly traded firms that are valued at less than $250 million – which includes middle market businesses.  As a result, BDCs have become an important source of financing for these businesses, which employ nearly 48 million Americans and are responsible for approximately one-third of our nation’s gross domestic product (GDP).  

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House Passes Stivers, Beatty, and Tiberi Bill Supporting National Designation for the Veterans Memorial and Museum

2017/11/07

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the House of Representatives passed a bill (H.R. 1900) introduced by Representatives Steve Stivers (R-OH), Joyce Beatty (D-OH) and Pat Tiberi (R-OH) to designate the new museum and memorial being built in downtown Columbus as the “National Veterans Memorial and Museum.” This is following unanimous passage of the bill by the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs last week. The companion bill in the Senate has been introduced by Senators Rob Portman (R-OH) and Sherrod Brown (D-OH).

“Ohio is home to the sixth largest veteran population in the United States, is easily accessible, and home to some of the best educational opportunities for veterans. It is clear that Ohio is the ideal place for America’s National Veterans Memorial and Museum,” Stivers said. “Today’s vote to pass this legislation out of the House of Representatives is an exciting step forward in the effort for a national designation. I am proud to continue working with my colleagues in the Ohio delegation to support this museum for all of the great contributions it will make for the veterans community across the country.”

“I am proud that the National Veterans Memorial and Museum Act was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives today, and will continue to do everything in my power to see that it is signed into law,” Beatty said. “Columbus, Ohio is the perfect place for the museum which seeks to honor, connect, inspire and educate all Americans about the selfless service and sacrifice of our nation’s veterans.”

“Our service members bravely answer the call to serve our nation,” said Tiberi. “The National Veterans Memorial and Museum is just one way we can honor them and their families, and ensure future generations know about the many sacrifices they made for us. As we approach Veterans Day, this is great news for Ohio’s veteran community.”

The museum, located at 300 West Broad Street in Columbus, Ohio, will serve as a civic landmark to honor, connect, inspire and educate all Americans about the service and sacrifice of our nation’s more than 22 million veterans. It will be the only public museum of its kind that exists for the exclusive role of sharing the experiences of veterans across all eras, conflicts and branches of the military.

The museum broke ground for construction in December 2015, following the generous donations from Les and Abigail Wexner, the State of Ohio, Franklin County, and many other foundations and corporations. The grand opening date for the National Veterans Memorial and Museum is expected to be in the summer 2018.

The entire Ohio Delegation, Representatives Steve Chabot (R-OH), Brad Wenstrup (R-OH), Robert E. Latta (R-OH), Bill Johnson (R-OH), Bob Gibbs (R-OH), Warren Davidson (R-OH), Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), Mike Turner (R-OH), Marcia Fudge (D-OH), Tim Ryan (D-OH), David Joyce (R-OH), Jim Renacci (R-OH), and Jim Jordan (R-OH), are cosponsors of this legislation.

Here is what some of the cosponsors are saying about this bill:

“It is long past time for a National Veterans Memorial and Museum to highlight the courage and sacrifice of those Americans who dedicated their lives to this great nation,” said Ryan.  “I thank every Ohioan and the national Veterans community for the vision and hard work to make this beautiful museum stand for the Americans who stand for us. I am proud to have cosponsored this bipartisan legislation to make this a reality in Ohio, a state with a long legacy of patriotic Americans placing service above self,” said Rep. Ryan.

“Ohio has a proud history in honoring our nation’s veterans and supporting our current men and women in uniform. Home to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and having recently been selected to host the United States Veterans Affairs national archives, it is fitting that Ohio be place for telling the stories of our country’s heroes,” said Rep. Davidson.

“As we approach Veterans Day, the passage of the National Veterans Memorial and Museum Act is an important gesture of thanks and gratitude to the millions of veterans across the country – including those right here in Ohio – who all put their country above self to fight for us. I applaud this effort as we recognize veterans for their service to this great nation and their patriotism throughout their lives,” said Rep. Wenstrup.

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Rep. Stivers Announces Toys-for-Tots Drop-Off Sites in District Offices

2017/11/06

WASHINGTON, D.C.  – Congressman Steve Stivers (R – OH) today announced that his Ohio District Offices will once again serve as drop-off sites this year for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program.

From now until December 7, 2017, members of the community may drop off new, unwrapped toys Monday through Friday between 8:30am and 4:00pm at any of the following locations:

•    Hilliard District Office: 3790 Municipal Way, Hilliard, OH, 43026

•    Lancaster District Office: 104 East Main Street, Lancaster, OH, 43130

•    Wilmington District Office: 69 North South Street, Wilmington, OH, 45177

“The Toys for Tots program is a great way to spread goodwill and make the holidays special for many children in our community.  I’m proud to partner with the Marine Corps Reserves on this effort, and I encourage everyone who is able to consider donating,” Stivers said.

For additional information, please contact Congressman Stivers’ district offices at any of the following phone numbers: Hilliard District Office (614) 771-4968; Lancaster District Office (740) 654-2654; Wilmington District Office (937) 283-7049.

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Representative Stivers, Beatty, and Tiberi Bill Supporting National Designation for the Veterans Memorial and Museum Passes House Committee

2017/11/02

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the House Committee on Veterans Affairs unanimously passed legislation (H.R. 1900) introduced by Representatives Steve Stivers (R-OH), Joyce Beatty (D-OH) and Pat Tiberi (R-OH) to designate the new museum and memorial being built in downtown Columbus as the “National Veterans Memorial and Museum.” The entire Ohio Delegation, Representatives Steve Chabot (R-OH), Brad Wenstrup (R-OH), Robert E. Latta (R-OH), Bill Johnson (R-OH), Bob Gibbs (R-OH), Warren Davidson (R-OH), Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), Mike Turner (R-OH), Marcia Fudge (D-OH), Tim Ryan (D-OH), David Joyce (R-OH), Jim Renacci (R-OH), and Jim Jordan (R-OH), are cosponsors of this legislation.
 
“As a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, I understand the need to educate people on our military, while also sharing and preserving the stories of the incredible sacrifices our veterans make for our freedoms,” Stivers said. “I am proud to support this museum for all of the great contributions it will make for central Ohio and the veterans community across the country. It is exciting to see this bill move forward, and I hope it will be brought up for a vote by the full House of Representatives soon.”
 
“Today, Columbus is one step closer to being the home of the National Veterans Memorial and Museum, and I can think of no better place to honor, connect, inspire and educate all Americans about the selfless service and sacrifice of our nation’s veterans,” said Beatty. “I am proud to see that the bill unanimously passed out of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, and I look forward to continue working with Representatives Stivers to get this important designation before the full House and onto the President’s desk.”
 
“Our service members bravely answer the call to serve our nation,” said Tiberi. “The National Veterans Memorial and Museum is just one way we can honor them and their families, and ensure future generations know about the many sacrifices they made for us. I am pleased that the House Committee on Veterans Affairs unanimously passed our bill. This is great news for Ohio’s veteran community.”
 
The museum, located at 300 West Broad Street in Columbus, Ohio, will serve as a civic landmark to honor, connect, inspire and educate all Americans about the service and sacrifice of our nation’s more than 22 million veterans. It will be the only public museum of its kind that exists for the exclusive role of sharing the experiences of veterans across all eras, conflicts and branches of the military.
 
The museum broke ground for construction in December 2015, following the generous donations from Les and Abigail Wexner, the State of Ohio, Franklin County, and many other foundations and corporations. The grand opening date for the National Veterans Memorial and Museum is expected to be in the summer 2018.
 
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Taking the Lead to Stop the Growing Threat from North Korea

2017/10/26

For the past twenty years, the United States has been appeasing North Korea and their appetite for a nuclear program.  Unfortunately, this strategy has allowed a rogue regime to come entirely too close to acquiring these weapons, and consequently presents an unprecedented threat to the United States, our allies South Korea and Japan, and the stability of the entire region.  

An unprecedented threat demands unprecedented action.  Recently, I surveyed the constituents of the 15th District, and while these results are not scientific and do not represent the views of the district with complete accuracy, the majority who completed the survey believe that working with China and our allies diplomatically should be a key component in our North Korea strategy.  

I agree; we must engage China in this process.  As North Korea’s primary trading partner and their northern neighbor, China can offer essential leverage in de-escalating Kim Jong-un’s efforts to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile.  While China’s adoption of the United Nation’s sanctions in August was a positive step, it is clear that more economic and diplomatic pressure must be put on North Korea by their neighbors.  

In addition, it is essential to develop anti-ballistic missile technology and other defensive measures so that the United States is prepared to respond to an erratic government.  In April, the House passed H.Res. 92 which encouraged the implementation of Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) in South Korea.  These types of systems have the capabilities to disarm missiles before they are launched, or once they are airborne, thus preventing insurmountable casualties.  

The United States has worked diligently on the development of this technology in recent years, but it is clear that THAAD and anti-ballistic missile technologies must be perfected sooner rather than later.   The U.S. Navy recently took an important step: in an exercise with NATO allies, the USS Donald Cook successfully intercepted a medium-range ballistic missile target.  However, with recent announcements from Pyongyang outright rejecting the idea of diplomacy, it is more important than ever that we invest heavily in this defense.

Most importantly, it is crucial that the United States be clear and firm when it comes to the lines that cannot be crossed.  We cannot allow North Korea to push those boundaries. We must stand up for the American homeland, for South Korea and Japan, and we must be prepared to enforce those expectations.  The United States cannot afford to lead from behind. We must take the lead, defend freedom and ensure that North Korea does not continue to threaten the stability and security of the region.

As we continue to devise solutions to combat the threat of North Korea, please do not hesitate to contact my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-2015, my Hilliard office at (614) 771-4968, my Lancaster office at (740) 654-2654, or my Wilmington office at (937) 283-7049.

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Representatives Stivers, Tiberi, Gibbs, and Graves Tours Transportation Research Center

2017/10/24

Reps. Stivers, Tiberi, Gibbs, and Graves tours the Transportation Research Center, Inc.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, Representatives Steve Stivers (R-OH), Pat Tiberi (R-OH) and Bob Gibbs (R-OH) took a tour of the Transportation Research Center, Inc. (TRC) in East Liberty, Ohio.  Additionally, the Members of the Ohio Delegation invited Representative Sam Graves (R-MO), Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Highways and Transit, to join them on the visit.

TRC is the largest independent vehicle test facility and proving grounds in the United States, and works closely with The Ohio State University, the city of Columbus, and the U.S. Department of Transportation “Smart City” program. As part of the tour, the Representatives saw the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) vehicle research and test laboratory. Here, they learned more about advances in accident testing and the new test dummies being used to more effectively measure potential injuries in crash tests.

“TRC is making tremendous strides and developing technology that not only benefits Ohio – it benefits anyone who drives a vehicle,” Stivers said. “This technology will truly make a difference in making our vehicles safer, prevent accidents, and reduce injuries when accidents do happen. Visiting TRC only further reinforces the need to support innovation in our country.”

“The Transportation Research Center (TRC) is at the forefront of emerging vehicle technologies and vehicle safety research," said Representative Graves. "TRC’s work is vital and especially helpful to the Transportation Committee as we begin evaluating an infrastructure bill and future highway authorizations that incorporate dramatic developments in technology.  I appreciate Representatives Stivers, Gibbs and Tiberi hosting me and will continue working with them to better incorporate stakeholders like TRC into our national transportation policy.”

The Representatives also learned more about TRC’s plans for an autonomous vehicle proving ground, where researchers will be able to conduct more tests and research on autonomous vehicle technology.

TRC employs 475 people in Ohio and serves as a one-stop source for research and development, as well as compliance and certification testing for vehicles and components. TRC performs crash testing, emissions testing, dynamic and durability testing, validation; offer specialized test equipment and calibration services, crash dummy rentals, performance and vehicle test driving; host special events and, most importantly, provide engineering solutions.

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Keeping Your Hard-earned Money

2017/10/19

Since coming to Congress, one of my highest priorities has been to bring relief to our nation’s hardworking taxpayers.  This country was built on their backs, and how have we thanked these individuals?  By allowing the status quo to completely fail their families and leave them struggling to make ends meet every month.

As your Representative, I want to make it easier for these families to succeed – to run their own businesses or to send their children to college - and to see their hard work rewarded with more money in their pockets.  That is why I am fighting for tax reform so that Americans at every income level can keep more of their paychecks to spend, save, and invest their money as they see fit.

Last month, House Republicans put forth a plan for the first major overhaul of our tax code since 1986, and middle-class families are at the heart of it.  We are lowering tax rates by simplifying seven tax brackets into three: 12 percent, 25 percent, and 35 percent.  The plan also increases the standard deduction for individuals from $6,000 to $12,000, and increases the deduction for married couples from $12,000 to $24,000.  That means that some families will now find themselves in a fourth tax bracket: the 0% tax bracket.  The first $24,000 made is going straight into their pocket, tax free.  And for those who previously fell in the 15 percent bracket, their rates will decrease to the 12 percent bracket.  All of this translates to more money in the bank accounts of those who need it, but more importantly, who deserve it.

The plan also supports working parents, who face tough choices every day when it comes to care for their children.  That’s why we are increasing the Child Tax Credit and making the first $1,000 refundable so parents can afford childcare; parents have enough to worry about without the added stress of ensuring that their child is safe when they can’t be there.  

Additionally, under this plan, the wealthy are forced to pay their fair share.  By simplifying the tax code, fraud and abuse are less likely, and it stops those who have high-paid accountants on speed dial from cheating the system.  We are closing loopholes for special interests that keep rates artificially high for every taxpayer, and prioritizing families over big business.  That means that fundamental deductions that help families, like those for charitable giving and mortgages are in, and unnecessary, duplicitous itemized deductions created by lobbyists in Washington, D.C. are out.  

I am confident that this plan will be a win for families, and a win for families is a win for America.  I’d encourage you to read the plan for yourself: go to fairandsimple.gop, and if you have any questions or comments, please call my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-2015, my Hilliard office at (614) 771-4968, my Lancaster office at (740) 654-2654, or my Wilmington office at (937) 283-7049.

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Contact Information

1022 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-2015
Fax 202-225-3529
stivers.house.gov

Raised in Ripley, Ohio, Steve Stivers learned from his mother and father the importance of family, hard work and public service, which have been the values he has carried with him through his life, whether as a student at The Ohio State University, a soldier serving overseas, as a State Senator, or as a Member of Congress.

Stivers is currently serving his third term as a Member of Congress and represents Ohio’s 15th Congressional District, which is made up of 12 counties including: all of Athens, Clinton, Fairfield, Hocking, Madison, Morgan, Perry, Pickaway, and Vinton counties, and parts of: Fayette, Franklin, and Ross counties.

Stivers is serving his third term his third term on the Financial Services Committee, which oversees the banking, insurance, real estate, public and assisted housing, and securities industries. Members who serve on the committee also work on housing and consumer protection legislation and oversee Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Federal Reserve Bank.

In addition, Stivers has been tapped to serve on the Committee on Rules, which is charged with determining which bills reach the House Floor for a vote. Historically, the Committee is often known as “The Speaker’s Committee” because it was chaired by the Speaker up until 1910 and is the means through which the Speaker of the House manages the House Floor. The Committee also determines how long and under what rules the full body of the House will debate each bill.

Throughout his career, Steve Stivers has led the way supporting programs and initiatives to encourage job creation, promote economic development, and put our country’s fiscal house in order. As he wrapped up a successful first term in office, two of Stivers veterans bills, the HIRE at Home Act and TRICARE for Kids, were rolled into the National Defense Authorization Act and signed into law by the President. In his second term in office, Stivers had two bills make their way to the President’s desk. These two bills, H.R. 1391 and H.R. 4189,would re-name two postal facilities located in Ohio’s 15th Congressional District after our fallen veterans. These bills are a small measure Congress can take to honor the lives of brave service members who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.

Prior to running for Congress, Stivers served in the Ohio Senate and before that worked in the private sector for the Ohio Company and Bank One, where he focused on promoting economic development and encouraging job creation.

A career soldier, Stivers has served 29 years in the Ohio Army National Guard and holds the rank of Colonel. He served the United States overseas during Operation Iraqi Freedom in Kuwait, Iraq, Qatar and Djibouti where he led 400 soldiers and contractors and is proud that each and every one returned home safely to the United States. Stivers received the Bronze Star for his leadership throughout the deployment.

Stivers received both his bachelor’s degree and his MBA from The Ohio State University and resides in Columbus with his wife, Karen, and children, Sarah and Sam.


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Steve Chabot

OHIO's 1st DISTRICT

Brad Wenstrup

OHIO's 2nd DISTRICT

Jim Jordan

OHIO's 4th DISTRICT

Bob Latta

OHIO's 5th DISTRICT

Bill Johnson

OHIO's 6th DISTRICT

Bob Gibbs

OHIO's 7th DISTRICT

Warren Davidson

OHIO's 8th DISTRICT

Michael Turner

OHIO's 10th DISTRICT

Pat Tiberi

OHIO's 12th DISTRICT

David Joyce

OHIO's 14th DISTRICT

Jim Renacci

OHIO's 16th DISTRICT

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