Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) today announced that a screening panel will be organized in the coming weeks to begin screening candidates wishing to fill the vacant 3rd House District seat.

“In coordination with local county officials and residents of the 3rd House District, our caucus will begin the screening process for filling the vacant seat,” Speaker Rosenberger said. “I have every confidence that we will be able to find the right candidate to honorably represent and serve the people of this district.”

The House members selected to serve on the screening panel, as well as the location of the panel interviews, will be announced at a later date.

The individual selected to fill the vacancy will be sworn in during House session scheduled for August 2nd.

Residents of the 3rd House District who would like to be considered for the appointment should provide a letter of interest, along with a resume, to Speaker Rosenberger at 77 South High Street, 14th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215 by 5 p.m. on Friday, July 8, 2016.  Applicants may also email their letter and resume to Speaker Rosenberger at Rep91@ohiohouse.gov.

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