Rep. Sheehy on Fox 8 Cleveland, speaking about his legislation to prevent teen driving fatalities
Rep. Sheehy on Fox 8 Cleveland, speaking about his legislation to prevent teen driving fatalities
 Rep. Sheehy interviews with Fox 8 Cleveland, discussing bipartisan legislation to help prevent teen driving fatalities
Rep. Sheehy interviews with Fox 8 Cleveland, discussing bipartisan legislation to help prevent teen driving fatalities
 Rep. Sheehy takes the oath of office for the 131st General Assembly
Rep. Sheehy takes the oath of office for the 131st General Assembly
Locomotive Engineers, Reps. Sheehy and Hagan
Locomotive Engineers, Reps. Sheehy and Hagan
 Rep. Sheehy addresses the House of Representatives
Rep. Sheehy addresses the House of Representatives
 Michael Sheehy is sworn-in as the Representative to the 46th House District
Michael Sheehy is sworn-in as the Representative to the 46th House District
Reps. Sheehy and Foley
Reps. Sheehy and Foley
 Michael Sheehy waits to be sworn-in as Representative Sheehy
Michael Sheehy waits to be sworn-in as Representative Sheehy
 
 

State Representative Michael P. Sheehy (D-Oregon) proudly serves the people of Ohio House District 46, which spans several political subdivisions including Jerusalem Township on the east to Springfield Township on the west. The district also includes the cities of Oregon, Maumee, parts of Toledo, and the Village of Holland. Before joining the legislature, Rep. Sheehy served in municipal government for nearly two decades, where he served several terms as President of Oregon City Council.

 
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09.12.17 - Sheehy Announces $440,000 For Local Technology Program

 

State Reps. Michael Ashford (D-Toledo) and Michael P. Sheehy (D-Oregon) today announced the release of $440,000 in state funds to the Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT) to advance its Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) program. The funding was approved by the state Controlling Board, a panel tasked with oversight of state spending.

“In a 21st-century economy, encouraging technological development is vital to maintaining Ohio’s competitive edge in the industry,” said Ashford. “I am glad to see the state support projects that will foster innovation, create jobs and establish new opportunities for economic growth in our community.”

 
 

09.07.17 - Reps. Sheehy, Ashford Celebrate Ribbon Cutting At UT Drinking Water Research Laboratory

 

State Reps. Michael P. Sheehy (D-Oregon) and Michael Ashford (D-Toledo) today applauded the opening of the Drinking Water Research Laboratory at University of Toledo’s College of Engineering to better test local public water safety.

“New cutting-edge technology at the Drinking Water Research Laboratory will make it possible to immediately know whether any harmful toxins are in our region’s water supply,” said Sheehy. “This project is an example of taxpayer money helping to solve one of Ohio’s biggest problems: the safety of drinking water for our citizens.”

 
 

08.14.17 - Sheehy Condemns Violence In Charlottesville

 

State Rep. Michael P. Sheehy (D-Oregon) today issued a statement in response to Saturday’s attack during a politically-charged protest in Charlottesville, Virginia. The attack killed one person and injured at least 19 others.

“My thoughts and prayers are with those injured and affected by the attack in Charlottesville over the weekend. We must face the hard truth that racial tensions in America still require significant time and effort to heal. I plan to join Toledo-area residents this evening for a march of solidarity to convey our community’s feelings toward those involved in the heinous actions in Charlottesville. All are welcome to participate and reflect on Saturday’s events in hopes that we can move forward together without hatred and violence.”

 
 

07.07.17 - Sheehy: GOP Bill To Weaken Concealed Carry Protections Puts Public Safety In The Crosshairs

 

Ohio House Democratic lawmakers recently voiced objections over House Bill (HB) 233, legislation that allows concealed carry permit holders to knowingly bring guns or deadly weapons into daycares, schools, airports, bars and other restricted spaces, so long as the permit holder leaves when asked to do so. Individuals who refuse to leave or return to the same business while carrying a prohibited weapon within 30 days will be subject to a fourth degree misdemeanor.

“The Ohio Chamber of Commerce, Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police, Ohio Restaurant Association and numerous other public safety groups joined together in opposition to this legislation. We look for the Governor’s leadership in exercising his veto authority to stop this dangerous threat to public safety,” said Rep. Michael Sheehy (D-Oregon).

 
 
 

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Representative Michael Sheehy
District 46
77 S. High St
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-1418
Fax      (614) 719-6949
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Hometown : Toledo
Party : Democrat
Current Term : Eligible to run for another term