It is common for citizens to be unaware of who represents them in the United States and Ohio House of Representatives and Senate, theses pages give you multiple ways to find this information; by name, by district, zip code, and browse all. Once you find your representative and senator, be sure to visit their personal page to find office contact information, district details and a list of their sponsored legislation.
The Legislative Service Commission provides detailed analysis of biennial budget legislation introduced in the House and Senate. This page offers full text, fiscal notes, as well as budget documents by agency and their line item details.
This page provides detailed analysis for all bills and resolutions introduced in the House and Senate for the current and previous General Assemblies. Bill analyses are usually easier to understand than the bills themselves because they are written in narrative style and organized by topic, with the bill's key provisions described first.
Independent Colleges and their communities have ongoing mutual relationships, one assisting the other when in need. The students on our campuses are an integral part of this equation. Many of our campuses require students to complete of a few hours of community service for graduation; other students take it upon themselves. Here is a sample of what some of our students are doing to improve their communities.
This Voter Information page will help prepare you as an informed voter. The following pages contain information on voter eligibility and registration, as well as procedures for voting on Election Day and by absentee or provisional ballot.