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Ohio House of Representatives membership, 125th General Assembly

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The House of Representatives is the lower house of the Ohio General Assembly, which is the state legislature of the U.S. state of Ohio. Every two years, all of the house seats come up for election. The 125th General Assembly was in session in 2003 and 2004. The party distribution was 63 Republicans and 36 Democrats.

See also: Ohio House of Representatives



Majority Leadership

Office Name Party District Since
Speaker Larry Householder Republican 91st District-Glenford  
Speaker Pro Tempore Gary W. Cates Republican 55th District-West Chester Twp.  
Majority Floor Leader Patricia M. Clancy Republican 29th District-Cincinnati  
Assistant Majority Floor Leader Stephen P. Buehrer Republican 74th District-Delta  
Majority Whip James Peter Trakas Republican 17th District-Independence  
Assistant Majority Whip Jon M. Peterson Republican 2nd District-Delaware  

Minority Leadership

Office Name Party District Since
Minority Leader Chris Redfern Democratic 80th District-Port Clinton  
Assistant Minority Leader Joyce Beatty Democratic 27th District-Columbus  
Minority Whip Dale Miller Democratic 14th District-Cleveland  
Assistant Minority Whip Lance Mason Democratic 8th District-Shaker Heights  

Members of the Ohio House of Representatives, 125th General Assembly

District Representative Party Home Town, County Term of Service
1st District Charles R. Blasdel Republican East Liverpool, Columbiana  
2nd District Jon M. Peterson Republican Delaware, Delaware  
3rd District Jim Carmichael Republican Wooster, Wayne  
4th District John R. Willamowski Republican Lima, Allen  
5th District Tim Schaffer Republican Lancaster, Fairfield  
6th District Robert E. Latta Republican Bowling Green, Wood  
7th District Edward S. Jerse Democratic Euclid, Cuyahoga -2005
8th District Lance T. Mason Democratic Shaker Heights, Cuyahoga  
9th District Claudette J. Woodard Democratic Cleveland Heights, Cuyahoga  
10th District Shirley A. Smith Democratic Cleveland, Cuyahoga  
11th District Annie L. Key Democratic Cleveland, Cuyahoga  
12th District Michael DeBose Democratic Cleveland, Cuyahoga  
13th District Michael J. Skindell Democratic Lakewood, Cuyahoga  
14th District Dale Miller Democratic Cleveland, Cuyahoga  
15th District Timothy J. DeGeeter Democratic Parma, Cuyahoga  
16th District Sally Conway Kilbane Republican Rocky River, Cuyahoga  
17th District James Peter Trakas Republican Independence, Cuyahoga  
18th District Thomas F. Patton Republican Strongsville, Cuyahoga  
19th District Larry L. Flowers Republican Canal Winchester, Fairfield/Franklin  
20th District Jim McGregor Republican Gahanna, Franklin  
21st District Linda Reidelbach Republican Columbus, Franklin  
22nd District Jim Hughes Republican Columbus, Franklin  
23rd District Larry Wolpert Republican Hilliard, Franklin  
24th District Geoffrey C. Smith Republican Columbus, Franklin  
25th District Daniel Stewart Democratic Columbus, Franklin  
26th District Larry Price Democratic Columbus, Franklin -2005
27th District Joyce Beatty Democratic Columbus, Franklin  
28th District Jim Raussen Republican Springdale, Hamilton  
29th District Patricia M. Clancy Republican Cincinnati, Hamilton -2005
30th District William J. Seitz Republican Cincinnati, Hamilton  
31st District Steven L. Driehaus Democratic Cincinnati, Hamilton  
32nd District Catherine L. Barrett Democratic Cincinnati, Hamilton  
33rd District Tyrone K. Yates Democratic Cincinnati, Hamilton  
34th District Tom Brinkman Jr. Republican Cincinnati, Hamilton  
35th District Michelle G. Schneider Republican Cincinnati, Hamilton  
36th District Arlene J. Setzer Republican Vandalia, Montgomery  
37th District Jon Husted Republican Kettering, Montgomery  
38th District John J. White Republican Kettering, Montgomery  
39th District Dixie J. Allen Republican Dayton, Montgomery  
40th District Fred Strahorn Democratic Dayton, Montgomery  
41st District Marilyn Slaby Republican Akron, Summit  
42nd District John Widowfield Republican Cuyahoga Falls, Summit  
43rd District Mary Taylor Republican Green, Summit  
44th District Barbara A. Sykes Democratic Akron, Summit  
45th District Robert J. Otterman Democratic Akron, Summit  
46th District Lynn E. Olman Republican Maumee, Lucas -2005
47th District Peter Ujvagi Democratic Toledo, Lucas  
48th District Edna Brown Democratic Toledo, Lucas  
49th District Jeanine Perry Democratic Toledo, Lucas  
50th District John P. Hagan Republican Marlboro Twp., Stark  
51st District W. Scott Oelslager Republican Canton, Stark  
52nd District Mary M. Cirelli Democratic Canton, Stark -2005
53rd District Shawn N. Webster Republican Millville, Butler  
54th District Courtney E. Combs Republican Hamilton, Butler  
55th District Gary W. Cates Republican West Chester Twp., Butler -2005
56th District Joseph F. Koziura Democratic Lorain, Lorain  
57th District Earl J. Martin Republican Avon Lake, Lorain  
58th District Kathleen L. Walcher Republican Norwalk, Huron  
59th District Kenneth A. Carano Sr. Democratic Austintown, Mahoning  
60th District Sylvester D. Patton Jr. Democratic Youngstown, Mahoning  
61st District John A. Boccieri Democratic New Middletown, Mahoning  
62nd District Jamie Callender Republican Willowick, Lake -2005
63rd District Ron Young Republican Leroy, Geauga -2005
64th District Daniel J. Sferra Democratic Warren, Trumbull 2005-
65th District Sandra Stabile Harwood Democratic Niles, Trumbull  ;
66th District Jean Schmidt Republican Miami Township, Clermont -2005
67th District Tom Raga Republican Deerfield Township, Warren  
68th District Kathleen Chandler Democratic Kent, Portage  
69th District Charles E. Calvert Republican Medina, Medina  
70th District Kevin DeWine Republican Fairborn, Greene  
71st District David R. Evans Republican Newark, Licking  
72nd District Merle Grace Kearns Republican Springfield, Clark  
73rd District William J. Hartnett Democratic Mansfield, Richland  
74th District Stephen P. Buehrer Republican Delta, Fulton  
75th District James M. Hoops Republican Napoleon, Henry  
76th District Michael E. Gilb Republican Findlay, Hancock  
77th District Keith L. Faber Republican Celina, Mercer  
78th District Derrick Seaver Democratic
(switched to
on 11 zz18zz 2004)
Minster, Auglaize  
79th District Diana M. Fessler Republican New Carlisle, Clark  
80th District Chris Redfern Democratic Port Clinton, Ottawa  
81st District Jeff Wagner Republican Sycamore, Seneca  
82nd District Stephen Reinhard Republican Bucyrus, Crawford  
83rd District Anthony E. Core Republican Rushsylvania, Logan  
84th District Chris Widener Republican Springfield, Clark  
85th District John M. Schlichter Republican Washington Court House, Fayette  
86th District David T. Daniels Republican Greenfield, Highland  
87th District Clyde Evans Republican Rio Grande, Gallia  
88th District Tom Niehaus Republican New Richmond, Clermont -2005
89th District Todd Book Democratic McDermott, Scioto  
90th District Thom Collier Republican Mount Vernon, Knox  
91st District Larry Householder Republican Glenford, Perry -2005
92nd District Jimmy Stewart Republican Athens, Athens  
93rd District Nancy P. Hollister Republican Marietta, Washington -2005
94th District James Aslanides Republican Coshocton, Coschocton  
95th District John Domenick Democratic Smithfield, Jefferson  
96th District Charles A. Wilson Jr. Democratic Bridgeport, Belmont -2005
97th District Bob Gibbs Republican Lakeville, Holmes


98th District Timothy J. Grendell Republican Chesterland, Geauga -2005
99th District L. George Distel Democratic Conneaut, Ashtabula  



1. Ohio State Legislature Digital Record (offline, waybackmachine retrieval February 6th 2024) https://web.archive.org/web/20111108071246/http://www.legislature.state.oh.us/JournalText125/HJ-01-06-03.pdf
2. Gongwer News Service http://www.gongwer-oh.com/public/ohgall00.htm