COLUMBUS - 

State Representative Steve Hambley (R-Brunswick) was sworn in to his second term as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives during yesterday’s session. He represents the 69th District, which includes most of Medina County.


"I am honored to serve the people of Medina County for a second term,” Hambley said. “I look forward to working with other members of the General Assembly to reduce state tax burdens on families and businesses, and promote legislation that furnishes local governments with more options instead of fewer in providing services and solving constituent concerns.”


Prior to being elected to the House, Hambley served as Medina County Commissioner for 18 years. He has also served as a Brunswick City councilman for five years, chairing the city’s Planning and Zoning Committee and Economic Development Committee in the early 1990s.


He received a Ph.D. from the University of Akron in 1993 and was awarded a Martin Scholarship in History for two years. He retired from Lorain County Community College (LCCC) as an adjunct faculty member in 2014 in order to run and serve full-time in the Ohio House of Representatives.

Over the last 20 years as a professor teaching at various colleges, Dr. Hambley has taught courses in American National Government, State and Local Government, Introduction to Politics, Comparative Politics, Introduction to Urban Studies, Contemporary World Problems, History of Civilization and US History.


A lifelong resident of Medina County, Steve Hambley lives in Brunswick with his wife Cheryl.

 
 
 
  
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