COLUMBUS—State Representative Brian Baldridge (R-Winchester) was sworn in to his first term as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives during yesterday’s session. He represents the 90 District, which includes all of Scioto and Adams counties, and a part of Lawrence County.
“It was truly an honor to be sworn in as the state representative for the 90th district,” said Baldridge. “I am looking forward to doing the work of the people along with my fellow colleagues that serve the great State of Ohio here at the state capital. Thank you to all for giving me this opportunity.”
Prior to being elected to the House, Baldridge was elected four terms as Adams County Commissioner and was elected to serve on the Ohio County Commissioners’ Association board of directors. He also was elected two terms as a Wayne Township trustee, where he was elected to serve on the Ohio Township Association Board of Directors. Baldridge began serving his community as a member of the Wayne Township Fire Department as a firefighter/paramedic and rose through the ranks to become fire chief.
Raised on a 7th generation family farm and still involved with the family agriculture seed business, Brian and his wife Lori have been married for 27 years and live in Winchester, Ohio. The Baldridges have two grown children, Casey and Alyson, and are members of Bethlehem Church of Christ.
Yesterday’s Ohio House session marked the beginning of the 133rd General Assembly.