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During today’s House session, State Representative Bill Reineke (R-Tiffin) was unanimously elected by his colleagues to serve as House Assistant Majority Whip, following the departure of Rep. Robert McColley, who has been appointed to the Ohio Senate.


“It’s a pleasure to welcome Rep. Reineke to our leadership team,” Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) said. “During his time in the House, Bill has been a steadfast champion for small businesses and working families throughout his district and across the state. His level-headed demeanor and commitment to looking at policy both critically and thoroughly will be a tremendous fit for our leadership team in the House.


“I look forward to working as a member of the leadership team to advance the creation and retention of jobs and other issues to move our state forward as the best place to live and work,” Rep. Reineke said. “Thank you to the Speaker and leadership team for their confidence in me.”


Rep. Reineke serves the 88th Ohio House District, which includes all of Sandusky County and portions of Seneca County. With an extensive background in business, Rep. Reineke has championed various initiatives that focus on job creation, workforce development and economic growth in the state of Ohio. 

 
 
 
  
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