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The U.S. Representative for Ohio's 15th congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Steve Stivers (born March 24, 1965) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio's 15th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. Stivers previously served in the Ohio Senate, representing the 16th district. He is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Ohio Army National Guard and served active duty in Iraq as Battalion Commander until December 2005. Early life, education, and career Steve grew up in the town of Ripley, Ohio. Steve is a recipient of the Eagle Scout Award. Stivers attended the Ohio State University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and international relations in 1989 and an MBA in 1996. While attending Ohio State he joined the Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Stivers spent seven years at Bank One, three years at the Ohio Company, two years as ...
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Steve Stivers’ Job Fair Draws Big Crowd, Protests Too

Hundreds of job seekers were joined by a small group of protesters as a Central Ohio congressman sponsored a job fair in Columbus. Most were looking for ‘Help Wanted’ signs. 15th district congressman Steve Stivers shook hands and talked up job seekers as they lined up at an OSU campus building. The republican congressman says he sponsored the job fair to help unemployed constituents. “We have a jobs crisis, that’s what today’s about and we have a debt crisis,” Stivers said. “And we need to address both things.” Inside, Randy Stillings was ...

Democrat From Athens Will Challenge Steve Stivers in Ohio

Athens Law Director Pat Lang (D) announced Wednesday he will run in Ohio’s 15th district, where freshman Rep. Steve Stivers (R) filed to seek re-election. “We can do better,” Lang said in a statement. “We can start by ensuring a strong middle class, protecting Medicare for seniors and creating jobs. That’s why I’m running for Congress.” Lang’s campaign is an uphill venture in the redrawn district, which sprawls from West Columbus to Lang’s home county near the West Virginia border. ... By Shira Toeplitz Source: rollcall.com

Rep. Stivers isn’t killing babies

In a new ad campaign, Environment Ohio accuses Republican Congressman Steve Stivers of voting to kill babies. In addition to being over the top, the ad spotlights an increasingly unhinged and politicized environmental movement. The ad, which shows a baby being spoon-fed dioxin, arsenic and mercury, has a voiceover that asserts that Stivers voted to “gut the Clean Air Act” and to “let polluters release toxins that cause cancer, asthma, heart attacks and even death. Zooming in on the baby, the voiceover says, “And some of these deaths would be very early.” What ...

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Stivers Statement on House Passage of the NDAA
Regarding the House passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the following can be attributed to Congressman Steve Stivers (R-OH): "It is our military’s job to protect and defend the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic – and they do this job bravely every day. Today, the House fulfilled its job by passing the National Defense Authorization Act to give our military the resources they need to be successful,” Stivers said. “This bill improves our missile defense system to protect against the growing threat from North Korea, rebuilds our military that has been crippled by budget cuts, and restores readiness so we can address the threats our nation faces.” -30-
Considering Attending a Service Academy?
Since the United States Military Academy first opened its doors in West Point, New York in 1802, service academies have provided young people with the incredible opportunity to obtain an exceptional education, and to serve their country.  As a Brigadier General in the Army National Guard, I am extremely proud of the students who make the courageous choice to join the tradition of military service by attending one of these schools. If you, or someone you know, is considering seeking an appointment to the U.S. Military, Naval, Merchant Marine, or Air Force Academy, the time to begin the process is now.  In addition to the standard application processes typical to most colleges and universities, prospective students must also seek a nomination from a Senator, the Vice President, the President, or a Congressional Representative, such as myself.  The Congressional authority to nominate outstanding high school students from Ohio’s 15th District to service academies is a spe
Stivers' Statement on the Passing of Congressman Regula
Regarding the passing of Congressman Ralph Regula, the following can be attributed to Congressman Steve Stivers (R-OH): “Congressman Regula devoted his life to serving the people of Ohio,” Stivers said. “In his nearly four decades in the House, he offered leadership and an excellent example of what it means to be a public servant.  My thoughts are with his wife, Mary, and the rest of his family.” -30-
Investing in Research is a Bipartisan Goal
                   I recently had the opportunity to meet with some Americans whose lives have been forever changed by cancer.  A group of constituents from the 15th District who are a part of PanCAN – the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network - took time to share their experiences with me.  Hearing their stories only reemphasized the urgency and the importance of finding a cure.  Pancreatic cancer has surpassed breast cancer, and is now the 3rd leading cause of cancer-related deaths in this country.  This, and all other forms of cancer, is taking far too many loved ones from their families, and it is affecting lives across the political spectrum.               Cancer doesn’t discriminate by age, gender, or political affiliation.  That is why I am proud to join my Republican and Democratic colleagues in the Congressiona

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