Rep. Patterson sworn in as member of the 131st General Assembly
Rep. Patterson sworn in as member of the 131st General Assembly
 Reps. Patterson and Ashford
Reps. Patterson and Ashford
 Rep. Patterson speaks at a press conference to restore funding to local schools and communities
Rep. Patterson speaks at a press conference to restore funding to local schools and communities
Rep. Patterson speaks during a press conference
Rep. Patterson speaks during a press conference
 Rep. Patterson presents a House Resolution during Session
Rep. Patterson presents a House Resolution during Session
 Reps. Patterson and Sheehy
Reps. Patterson and Sheehy
Rep. Patterson presents a Resolution
Rep. Patterson presents a Resolution
 Rep. Patterson presents a Resolution to one of Ohio's finest free throw shooters, a 4th grader from Ashtabula
Rep. Patterson presents a Resolution to one of Ohio's finest free throw shooters, a 4th grader from Ashtabula
 Rep. Patterson signs the discharge petition in an effort to put Medicaid expansion on the House floor for a vote
Rep. Patterson signs the discharge petition in an effort to put Medicaid expansion on the House floor for a vote
House Session
House Session
 Before Joint Session
Before Joint Session
 House Session
House Session
Rep. Patterson (left) joins Reps. Bishoff (center) and Driehaus (right) during opening session of the 131st General Assembly
Rep. Patterson (left) joins Reps. Bishoff (center) and Driehaus (right) during opening session of the 131st General Assembly
 Rep. Patterson presents a House Resolution to a high school wrestling champion
Rep. Patterson presents a House Resolution to a high school wrestling champion
 Rep. Patterson
Rep. Patterson
Rep. Patterson speaks on the House floor
Rep. Patterson speaks on the House floor
 Rep. Patterson speaks with Leader Heard during House Session
Rep. Patterson speaks with Leader Heard during House Session
 House Dems gather for a picture
House Dems gather for a picture
Rep. Patterson discusses a bill that would institute a severance tax on oil and natural gas that is more in-line with other major shale states
Rep. Patterson discusses a bill that would institute a severance tax on oil and natural gas that is more in-line with other major shale states
 Rep. Patterson discusses a bill that would institute a severance tax on oil and natural gas that is more in-line with other major shale states
Rep. Patterson discusses a bill that would institute a severance tax on oil and natural gas that is more in-line with other major shale states
 Rep. Patterson discusses the Budget Bill
Rep. Patterson discusses the Budget Bill
Rep. Paterson speaks out against the Budget Bill that hurts thousands of middle class and working class Ohioans
Rep. Paterson speaks out against the Budget Bill that hurts thousands of middle class and working class Ohioans
 House Session
House Session
 Rep. Patterson gives a speech on the House Floor
Rep. Patterson gives a speech on the House Floor
 

State Representative John Patterson is currently serving in his third term in the Ohio House of Representatives.  He represents the 99th House District, which includes portions of Ashtabula and Geauga Counties.

 
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03.10.17 - Jefferson Sophomore Joins Patterson For Day At Statehouse

 

State Rep. John Patterson (D-Jefferson) this week welcomed Jefferson Area High School student Kate Brand down to the Statehouse to shadow him on full day of committee meetings, House session and other legislative activity. 

“Although I am no longer in the classroom every day, I never pass up the opportunity to educate young people on the importance of civic engagement,” said Patterson. “Ms. Brand is a bright young leader in our community and I hope she shares the insights and experiences gained today with her friends and peers back home.” 

 
 

03.02.17 - Patterson: State Transportation Budget Clears Ohio House

 

In a bipartisan 83-13 vote, the Ohio House yesterday approved the proposed budget plans for the Ohio Department of Transportation and several other state agencies. House Bill 26, the $7.8 billion transportation bill, largely funds infrastructure projects and public safety programs over the next two fiscal years.  

“This transportation budget is a small step in the right direction, but resolving our infrastructure needs remains a serious challenge,” said State Rep. John Patterson (D-Jefferson). “Ohio must invest adequately to bring our roads, bridges, water and sewer systems, and wastewater facilities up to the standards necessary to retain and attract business and industry. In short, investments in infrastructure will lead to the job creation and economic growth so desperately needed throughout our state.” 

 
 

03.02.17 - Rep. Patterson: State Transportation Budget Clears Ohio House

 

In a bipartisan 83-13 vote, the Ohio House yesterday approved the proposed budget plans for the Ohio Department of Transportation and several other state agencies. House Bill 26, the $7.8 billion transportation bill, largely funds infrastructure projects and public safety programs over the next two fiscal years. 

“This transportation budget is a small step in the right direction, but resolving our infrastructure needs remains a serious challenge,” said State Rep. John Patterson (D-Jefferson). “Ohio must invest adequately to bring our roads, bridges, water and sewer systems, and wastewater facilities up to the standards necessary to retain and attract business and industry. In short, investments in infrastructure will lead to the job creation and economic growth so desperately needed throughout our state.”

 
 

03.01.17 - Patterson Announces Bipartisan Bill To Modernize State Domestic Violence Laws Clears Ohio House

 

State Reps. Glenn W. Holmes (D-McDonald) and John Patterson (D-Jefferson) today announced the recent House passage of House Bill (HB) 1, a bipartisan legislation to modernize Ohio’s domestic violence laws. Joint-sponsored by Rep. Emilia Strong Sykes (D-Akron) and Rep. Nathan Manning (R-N. Ridgeville), HB 1 will allow victims of dating violence to obtain civil protective orders against their attacker, a protection currently allowed in every state except Ohio and Georgia.

“As a father and a grandfather, I am glad to see the legislature modernize our domestic violence laws,” said Holmes. “Violence against women cannot be tolerated, and the perpetrator should always be held accountable. I am proud to co-sponsor this legislation that will protect thousands of vulnerable Ohioans.”

 
 
 
 

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Connect With Representative Patterson

 
Representative John Patterson
District 99
77 S. High St
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-1405
Fax      (614) 719-6999
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Hometown : Jefferson
Party : Democrat
Current Term : Expires December 2018 / Eligible to run for another term