Rep. Holmes introduces the SAVE Students Act alongside co-sponsor Gayle Manning (R-North Ridgeville) and representatives from Sandy Hook Promise
Rep. Holmes introduces the SAVE Students Act alongside co-sponsor Gayle Manning (R-North Ridgeville) and representatives from Sandy Hook Promise
 State Representative Glenn Holmes is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his wife
State Representative Glenn Holmes is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his wife
 State Representative Glenn Holmes is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his wife
State Representative Glenn Holmes is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his wife
State Representative Glenn Holmes is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his wife
State Representative Glenn Holmes is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his wife
 Rep. Holmes talking to Leader Strahorn at the 2018 Ohio Legislative Black Caucus Day of Action
Rep. Holmes talking to Leader Strahorn at the 2018 Ohio Legislative Black Caucus Day of Action
 2018 Ohio Legislative Black Caucus Officers and Members
2018 Ohio Legislative Black Caucus Officers and Members
Rep. Holmes speaking on the House floor during session
Rep. Holmes speaking on the House floor during session
 Rep. Holmes pictured with family and friends after being sworn in the 132nd General Assembly
Rep. Holmes pictured with family and friends after being sworn in the 132nd General Assembly
 
 

Glenn Holmes, a lifelong resident of the Mahoning Valley and the 63rd District, begins his first term in the Ohio House of Representatives after serving as Mayor of McDonald, Ohio for nine years and as McDonald Village councilman prior.

During his leadership as mayor, Holmes was able to help save the Village of McDonald millions in healthcare costs while providing workers with quality care, resulting in a $2 million budget surplus. The village was also able to maintain investments in essential services while enhancing the community with things like a new community center and summer spla...

 
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03.06.19 - Legislative Eyes On Lordstown As Last Cruze Rolls Off GM Assembly Line

 

House Democratic lawmakers today applauded the unanimous passage of House Concurrent Resolution (HCR) 6, legislation urging GM to allocate a new product to its Lordstown, Ohio production facility, which is scheduled to close this week.

 

“GM and Ohio have had a good relationship for generations, and I remain hopeful that relationship can continue into the future,” said Rep. Glenn Holmes (D-Girard), the lead sponsor of HCR 6. “Democrats and Republicans alike are united in our support of all the workers, families, and small businesses that stand to be affected, and will continue to pursue solutions that keep people working.”

 

 
 

03.06.19 - Reps. Glenn Holmes, Gayle Manning Introduce SAVE Students Act

 

State Reps. Gayle Manning (R-North Ridgeville) and Glenn Holmes (D-McDonald) today introduced the Safety and Violence Education for Students Act (SAVE Students Act), to ensure all schools serving grades 6-12 are provided with a model threat assessment policy and threat assessment trainings.

 
 

03.05.19 - Holmes-sponsored Resolution Urging GM Lordstown To Keep Doors Open Clears House Panel Unanimously

 

State Rep. Glenn Holmes (D-Girard) today announced House Concurrent Resolution (HCR) 6, his bipartisan legislation urging General Motors to keep open its Lordstown, Ohio production facility, passed the House Commerce and Labor Committee unanimously.

“For many families, GM has meant more than a paycheck—it’s a source of community pride. That’s why it’s so important for us to work together to find common ground to see this partnership through so that the next generation of workers can continue that legacy,” said Rep. Holmes. “I am encouraged by the outpouring of bipartisan support we’ve seen for this important legislation.”

 
 

01.31.19 - Dem Lawmakers Announce Bill To Support Ohio Families During Prolonged Federal Government Shutdowns

 

State Reps. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) and Glenn Holmes (D-McDonald) today announced legislation that would ensure low-income families do not go hungry if future federal government shutdowns halt or delay funding for essential food assistance programs. The most recent month-long federal shutdown nearly threatened food security for more than 1.5 million Ohioans, including hundreds of thousands of children, as federal funds for food assistance programs began to dry up. 

 
 
 
 

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Representative Glenn W. Holmes
District 63
77 S. High St
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-3488
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