COLUMBUS—State Representative Christina Hagan (R-Marlboro Township), who was recently appointed by Ohio House Speaker Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) to serve as part of Ohio’s legislative delegation for the Presidential Inauguration, today released a statement regarding the historic event.

“There is an amazing energy present here at the Capitol. The people were overwhelmed with joy and positive emotion throughout the duration of President Trump’s remarks. His ‘Americans first’ priority resonated greatly with myself and all surrounding. My favorite moments were the ones where pride for our nation's presence as a light for the world was not masked. As President Trump said during his inaugural speech, ‘It is the right of all nations to put their own interests first.’  He stated what we all believe to be true.

“President Trump called us to action in a positive direction, ‘We will shine for everyone to follow.’ More important than just about any statement today was the fact that he called us to unity in a strong and accurate way stating, ’When America is united, America is totally unstoppable.’ By the diversity, love and excitement here today, it is visible that we as a nation will become united and unstoppable.”

Rep. Hagan is one of seven Ohio House members to attend the inauguration as part of the official legislative delegation.

Representative Hagan is serving her third term as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives. She represents the 50th House District, which includes the eastern portion of Stark County.

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