Rep. Hood, along with Rep. Scherer, presents a resolution honoring the Ohio Christian University men's basketball team on winning the 2013 NCCAA Division II Tournament.
Rep. Hood, along with Rep. Scherer, presents a resolution honoring the Ohio Christian University men's basketball team on winning the 2013 NCCAA Division II Tournament.
 Rep. Hood, along with Rep. Scherer, presents a resolution honoring Deborah Withem on being named the 2013-2014 CEA-O Teacher of the Year.
Rep. Hood, along with Rep. Scherer, presents a resolution honoring Deborah Withem on being named the 2013-2014 CEA-O Teacher of the Year.
 Rep. Hood presents a resolution honoring the Logan-Hocking Middle School archery team as the 2013 NASP Ohio State Champion.
Rep. Hood presents a resolution honoring the Logan-Hocking Middle School archery team as the 2013 NASP Ohio State Champion.
Rep. Hood and Rep. Stebelton present a resolution honoring the Bloom-Carroll High School softball team on winning the 2013 Division III State Championship.
Rep. Hood and Rep. Stebelton present a resolution honoring the Bloom-Carroll High School softball team on winning the 2013 Division III State Championship.
 Rep. Hood speaks at a press conference regarding the Ohio Human Heartbeat Protection Act.
Rep. Hood speaks at a press conference regarding the Ohio Human Heartbeat Protection Act.
 Rep. Hood, along with Rep. Hill, presents a resolution honoring the Maysville High School archery team as the 2013 State Champion.
Rep. Hood, along with Rep. Hill, presents a resolution honoring the Maysville High School archery team as the 2013 State Champion.
Rep. Hood presents a resolution honoring Liz Vrana on winning a 2013 NASP World Championship.
Rep. Hood presents a resolution honoring Liz Vrana on winning a 2013 NASP World Championship.
 
 

After previously serving four terms in the Ohio House, State Representative Ron Hood has been elected to the 78th District, which encompasses Hocking and Morgan counties, as well as portions of Athens, Fairfield, Muskingum and Pickaway counties.

 
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Representative Hood Serves In the Following Committees :

Commerce, Labor, and TechnologyEconomic Development and Regulatory Reform
 
 
 
 

12.04.13 - Reps. Hood And Scherer Recognize Ohio Christian University Basketball Team During House Session

 
COLUMBUS -

State Representatives Ron Hood (R-Ashville) and Gary Scherer (R-Circleville) today recognized the Ohio Christian University men’s basketball team on winning the 2013 NCAA Division II Tournament. The team was presented with a resolution during House session.

 
 

11.25.13 - Rep. Hood Applauds House Passage Of Bill Prohibiting Minors From Buying E-Cigarettes

 
COLUMBUS -

State Representative Hood (R-Ashville) announced that the Ohio House recently passed House Bill 144, legislation that prohibits children from buying or accepting alternative nicotine products, most notably electronic cigarettes.

 
 

11.13.13 - Making Veterans' Transition Home Easier A Major Focus In Ohio House

 

Earlier this month, Americans honored the service of our veterans and were reminded that our brave heroes have served in conflicts around the world and forever deserve our respect and appreciation. The commitment and selfless acts of our servicemen and women can never be fully repaid, but my colleagues and I are working hard to recognize their service.

 
 

11.08.13 - Rep. Hood Announces Bridge Repair Projects For Muskingum, Pickaway Counties

 
COLUMBUS -

State Representative Ron Hood (R-Ashville) today applauded the recent announcement that because of the Ohio’s successful efforts to reduce overhead costs and improve efficiency, $120 million in funding is now available to repair and replace more than 200 county and city-owned bridges over the next three years.

 
 
 
Representative Ron Hood
District 78
77 S. High St
12th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-1464
Fax      (614) 719-3961
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Current Term : Expires December 2014 / Eligible to run for another term