COLUMBUS—Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) has announced that State Representative Bill Reineke (R-Tiffin) has been appointed to serve on four Ohio House committees.

Earlier this month, Reineke was selected as vice chair of the House Government Accountability & Oversight Committee. With this week’s announcement, he will also be serving on the following committees:

• Finance (including the Finance Subcommittee on Primary & Secondary Education)
• Financial Institutions, Housing and Urban Development
• Ways & Means

Following the announcement, Reineke released the following statement:

"I am honored to serve the citizens of the 88th District and the state of Ohio with these committee assignments. My goals remain the same as they have always been: to make good policy that will create jobs, bring leadership to tough issues and provide innovative solutions for all Ohioans. Specifically, I will focus on making smart investments into education and workforce development to ensure our citizens have the skills they need to turn jobs into life-long careers. I want to thank Speaker Rosenberger for these great opportunities and look forward to working with my colleagues in the House, particularly on passing a budget that will continue the good work we've been able to achieve in our state."

Reineke is currently serving his second term as state representative. He represents the 88th Ohio House District, which includes all of Sandusky County and portions of Seneca County.

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