State Representative Scott Ryan (R-Granville Township) today was sworn in as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 132nd General Assembly. He represents the 71st District, which includes portions of Licking County. This will be his second term as state representative.

“I am extremely honored to have been selected to continue to represent the citizens of the 71st District in the Ohio House,” Ryan said. “We are anxious to begin working on addressing the issues facing our state and district.”

Rep. Ryan has been the owner of a printing company for 27 years and has served as Licking County treasurer. A third-generation resident of the county and member of the Granville High School Class of 1983, he graduated from Miami University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

In addition, he has extensive volunteer leadership experience with local nonprofit organizations including service as a member of the Board of Directors for First United Methodist Church in Newark, the Licking County Family YMCA, and the United Way of Licking County.

Rep. Ryan and his wife Shellie live in Newark with their two teenage daughters.

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