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Ohio State House District 56

Ohio Representative Salary - $60,584 (base salary)Term - 2 yrsResponsibilities: To represent the people of the district and the State of Ohio in dealing with matters notallocated to the federal government.

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    Joe Miller

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1. In what ways would you work to change or improve our election system in order to be prepared for crises that impair the right to vote?

2. How would you implement a constitutionally compliant school funding system?

3. Where do you stand on women’s reproductive rights and health?

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Age 51
Education BS - BGSU ME - Ashland University MA - Ashland University
Training and Experience 6 years in private sector 20 years in public education 6 years at large councilman Currently serving first two year term in Ohio State House of Representatives.
Twitter @RepJoeMiller
I am currently cosponsoring or supporting bills to help improve a citizen’s access to the ballot. This entails, but is not limited to the following: Safe, timely and accessible voting opportunities that eases current burdens in place for voters to date. Examples include, online registration, ballot request and submission, paid return postage, limited wait times as well as options for ballot box drops and in person early voting.
We are currently working on and supporting the Cupp/Patterson HB305 school funding bill. School funding should not be an overdue burden on property owners but adequately funded. Public schools should be fully funded before moving their dollars to charter and private schools. I currently sit on the House Primary and Secondary Education Committee as well as the Higher Education Committee so that I may continue to fight for fully funded quality public schools in Ohio.
A woman’s health decisions, including reproduction, is a personal decision between her and her doctor and a right that should not be infringed upon.