In an effort to obtain feedback from the residents of the 93rd Ohio House District, State Representative Ryan Smith (R-Bidwell) encourages his constituents to fill out and return his legislative survey, which seeks feedback on issues such as methamphetamine lab clean up, education, and Ohio’s tax code.

“It is important that I keep in contact with my constituents and remain aware of where they stand on Ohio’s most important issues. The information gathered from this survey will allow me to better represent the 93rd House District at the Statehouse,” said Rep. Smith.

The legislative survey can be accessed and submitted online at Rep. Smith hopes that his constituents will take advantage of the opportunity to make their voices heard and keep him informed about their opinions on state issues.

A hard copy of the survey can be obtained by contacting Rep. Smith’s office. His office can be reached by calling (614) 466-1366, emailing, or writing to State Representative Ryan Smith, 77 S. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215.

Featured Posts

Rep. Ryan Smith Announced As Chair Of House Finance Committee


Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) today announced that State Representative Ryan Smith (R-Bidwell) will continue to serve as Chairman of the House Finance Committee for the 132nd General Assembly, after previously serving as chair in the 131st General Assembly.


Milestone Reached To Bring Grocer To Vinton County

Columbus - 

State Representative Ryan Smith (R-Bidwell) today announced that preliminary terms between the Finance Fund and Campbell’s Market have been agreed upon to bring a grocery store to Vinton County.  


State Rep. Ryan Smith Welcomes Ohio House Agriculture And Rural Development Committee To Gallia County

Columbus - 

The Ohio House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee held a hearing yesterday in Bidwell at Green Valley Gathering Place, focused primarily on livestock.


Conference Report On State Operating Budget Passes Ohio House


The Ohio House of Representatives today approved the conference committee report for Amended Substitute House Bill 64, which is the state operating budget. The legislation lowers the income tax, ensures adequate funding for Ohio schools, freezes tuition costs on colleges and helps small businesses. It is now being sent to the Governor for his signature.