After a marathon 15 hour session in the House last Thursday, the General Assembly is finally over. Over these past two years I have worked on making sure that I was responsive to your needs and concerns. Every bill I worked on started when a constituent came to me with a problem. I wanted to review how I represented you this last session.
After a security incident that happened at a New Albany elementary school, I worked on cleaning up a poorly worded law that was confusing to both police and concealed handgun licensees. When the Westerville Area Resource Ministry showed me their job-training and educational programs, I helped them partner with Columbus State Community College to expand their reach. After a domestic violence survivor told me their abuser could still find them because of public records, I worked with the Secretary of State and victim advocates to shield them and help them feel safe at home.
Now that the House of Representatives has adjourned, I am starting to focus on where our state needs to go in the next two years. I’m asking you to fill out a short survey to let me know what you think is the most important issue for the next General Assembly. Also you can always feel free to email me HERE.