Rep. Stinziano joined by family as he takes the oath of office for the 131st General Assembly
Rep. Stinziano joined by family as he takes the oath of office for the 131st General Assembly
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Representative Michael Stinziano proudly serves the residents and businesses of Bexley, Franklinton, German Village, Grandview Heights, Weinland Park, The Hilltop, Merion Village, Olde Towne East, Schumacher Place, The University Community, Harrison West, Italian Village and Victorian Village.

 
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Representative Stinziano Serves In the Following Committees :

InsuranceJudiciaryPublic Utilities
 
 
 
 

04.16.15 - Stinziano And Sykes To Introduce Bill To Create System Of Automatic Voter Registration

 

Rep. Michael Stinziano and Rep. Emilia Sykes will soon introduce a bill that will make registering to vote easier by creating a system of automatic voter registration using BMV information.

 
 

04.10.15 - Rep. Stinziano To Introduce Legislation Promoting Job Creation Through Start-Up Zones

 

Rep. Michael Stinziano will soon reintroduce legislation promoting job creation in Ohio for businesses locating in proposed Start-Up Zones, exempting new companies and their employees from paying state taxes for 10 years if the company is located in a university community and creates new jobs.

 
 

04.01.15 - Rep. Stinziano Receives Humanitarian Award From Columbus Coalition For The Homeless

 

State Rep. Michael Stinziano received The Marsha Donner Humanitarian Award from the Columbus Coalition for the Homeless in recognition of Stinziano’s work “for prioritizing the needs of homeless persons in dedication towards improving the community’s quality of life” at the organization’s annual meeting on Wednesday.

"I thank the Columbus Coalition for the Homeless for giving me this award,” said Stinziano, a Columbus Democrat. "We can and must do more to end the scourge of homelessness and I pledge to do all that I can to keep working to help eliminate homelessness in our community.”

Stinziano said that since securing state funding for homeless teens in the state budget last session, he’s been looking at successful models for combating homelessness in other states and cities.  Stinziano said more should be done to explore programs to foster and promote affordable housing for the homeless, especially for homeless families.

In 2013, the Coalition honored the Dominican Sisters of Peace with the Humanitarian Award.

The 32 member organizations that make up the Columbus Coalition for the Homeless advocate for social justice by identifying gaps within existing social service systems and bringing them to the attention of service providers and local officials.

The Marsha Donner Humanitarian award honors the memory of Marsha Donner who started the Coalition’s annual Mother’s Day Brunch for Homeless Mothers in 1997.  Ms. Donner, a tireless advocate for women’s empowerment issues, passed away in 2000 of cancer.

 
 

03.27.15 - Representative Stinziano's April 2015 Community Hours

 

Rep. Michael Stinziano will hold community hours next month across the district to hear the issues and concerns of constituents.

 
 
 

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Representative Michael Stinziano
District 18
77 S. High St
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-1896
Fax      (614) 719-6964
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Hometown : Columbus
Party : Democrat
Elected Experience :
Current Term : Expires December 2016 / Eligible to run for another term