State Representative Bill Reineke (R-Tiffin) was sworn in yesterday as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 131st General Assembly. He represents the 88th Ohio House District, which includes all of Sandusky County and portions of Seneca County.


“I am humbled and honored to serve as the State Representative of Ohio’s 88th District,” Reineke said. “Over the next two years, I am committed to improving the lives of the citizens in my district and across the state. It is an exciting time to be in Ohio, and I will work hard to create jobs, train employees to fill those jobs and keep government accountable to its citizens.”


Rep. Reineke is a business partner in Reineke Family Dealerships, which owns and operates eight automobile dealerships located in Tiffin, Fostoria, Upper Sandusky, Lima and Findlay and employs 380 full and part time people.


Prior to his election, Rep. Reineke served as a member of the Heidelberg Board of Trustees, the United Way Campaign Chair, Calvert Catholic Schools Annual Appeal Co-Chair, Mercy Hospital Board and St. Francis Foundation Board. Rep. Reineke is a leader in the automotive area as well, chairing the Ohio Automobile Dealers Association in 2010-2011 and working as the Ohio Director for the National Automobile Dealers Association. Currently, he is a member of St. Joseph’s Church.


Representative Reineke was born in Fostoria and is a 30 year resident of Tiffin.

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