Steven Arndt Sworn In As State Representative
Port Clinton resident will serve 89th Ohio House District
October 01, 2015
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COLUMBUS—Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) today announced that Steven Arndt has been sworn in as state representative of the 89th House District.

“Steven Arndt is a dedicated public servant, as proven through his 27 years as a county commissioner, among numerous other positions in local government,” said Speaker Rosenberger. “His experience is sure to serve the Ohio House and the people of Erie and Ottawa counties well, and I look forward to working with him to best represent the 89th House District.”

“I feel honored and privileged to represent the people of the 89th House District,” said Representative Arndt. “I look forward to meeting with them, understanding their concerns and challenges, and being their voice in the legislature.”

Arndt has served as an Ottawa County Commissioner for 27 years, assisting on several different committees during his tenure. His dedication to public service spans even deeper than his long career as a county commissioner as Arndt was on the Board of Directors for the Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce and served on the Elmore City Council for nine years. In addition to his extensive career in public service, he has also been a small business owner and operator for 39 years.

Arndt resides in Port Clinton with his wife of 41 years, JoAnne. They have two children.

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