Representative Schaffer speaks during House session.
Representative Schaffer speaks during House session.
 Rep. Shaffer looks on as Gov. Kasich signs a bill.
Rep. Shaffer looks on as Gov. Kasich signs a bill.
 Rep. Schaffer, left, with Speaker Rosenberger as they tour Sherman House Museum in Lancaster.
Rep. Schaffer, left, with Speaker Rosenberger as they tour Sherman House Museum in Lancaster.
Rep. Schaffer speaks during session on Feb. 24, 2016.
Rep. Schaffer speaks during session on Feb. 24, 2016.
 Rep. Schaffer speaks during session.
Rep. Schaffer speaks during session.
 Representative Schaffer speaks during session as Speaker Rosenberger looks on.
Representative Schaffer speaks during session as Speaker Rosenberger looks on.
Rep. Schaffer speaks with Governor Kasich.
Rep. Schaffer speaks with Governor Kasich.
 Rep. Schaffer presides over session.
Rep. Schaffer presides over session.
 Representative Schaffer gives testimony on SB 339.
Representative Schaffer gives testimony on SB 339.
Rep. Shaffer gives testimony on SR 510.
Rep. Shaffer gives testimony on SR 510.
 Representative Schaffer, left, tours Downtown Lancaster.
Representative Schaffer, left, tours Downtown Lancaster.
 Rep. Schaffer speaks during session Feb. 24, 2016.
Rep. Schaffer speaks during session Feb. 24, 2016.
Representative Schaffer speaks at a Memorial Day event in 2012.
Representative Schaffer speaks at a Memorial Day event in 2012.
 Rep. Schaffer, left, and Rep. Amstutz look on as Governor Kasich signs a bill.
Rep. Schaffer, left, and Rep. Amstutz look on as Governor Kasich signs a bill.
 Rep. Schaffer, left, with Speaker Rosenberger as they tour Sherman House Museum in Lancaster.
Rep. Schaffer, left, with Speaker Rosenberger as they tour Sherman House Museum in Lancaster.
 

A lifelong resident of Central Ohio, Representative Tim Schaffer currently is serving his fourth non-consecutive term in the House of Representatives, serving the 77th House District, which encompasses most of Fairfield County.  Representative Schaffer's tenure in public office began when he was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives in 2000. After serving three terms he was elected to represent the 31st Ohio Senate District.  

 
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Representative Schaffer Serves In the Following Committees :

Aging and Long Term CareEnergy and Natural ResourcesWays and Means
 
 
 
 

11.09.17 - State Rep. Schaffer Introduces Legislation Recognizing Atomic Veterans

 
COLUMBUS -

State Representative Tim Schaffer (R-Lancaster) today announced that he has introduced a bill that will designate July 16th as Atomic Veterans Day in Ohio and a concurrent resolution urging Congress to pass the Atomic Veterans Healthcare Parity Act. 

 
 

11.01.17 - Ohio House Passes Rep. Schaffer's Legislation To Protect SNAP Program Benefits

 
COLUMBUS -

State Representative Tim Schaffer (R-Lancaster) today applauded the passage of House Bill 50 by a bipartisan vote of 61-30 in the Ohio House of Representatives, legislation he sponsored that takes steps in preventing fraud in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

 
 

08.23.17 - Rep. Schaffer Introduces Bill Increasing Penalties For Online Sex Offenders

 

COLUMBUS—State Representative Tim Schaffer (R-Lancaster) today introduced legislation that mandates prison sentences for criminals convicted of importuning, or soliciting a child for sex over the internet. Announced in a press conference today with joint sponsor Rep. Kent Smith (D-Euclid), the bill is a culmination of over a decade of work to update Ohio law aimed at protecting children.

 
 

08.22.17 - Media Advisory:State Reps. Tim Schaffer And Kent Smith To Hold Press Conference On Importuning Legislation

 

COLUMBUS—State Representatives Tim Schaffer (R-Lancaster) and Kent Smith (D-Euclid) will host a press conference on Wednesday, August 23 to give a briefing on legislation to update importuning penalties in the Ohio Revised Code. The bipartisan bill seeks to correct an oversight in current law that allows those convicted of importuning, or soliciting a minor for sex over the internet, to receive little to no prison time when they are sentenced. The bill passed out of the House of Representatives as House Bill 405 last General Assembly by a vote of 95-0. The representatives will also be joined by officials from the law enforcement community who have been instrumental in supporting the legislation.

 
 
 

Connect With Representative Schaffer

 
Representative Tim Schaffer
District 77
77 S. High St
11th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-8100
Fax      (614) 719-0005
Email Representative Schaffer
 
Hometown : Lancaster
Party : Republican
Current Term : Eligible to run for another term