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U.S. House Representative Ohio - District 4

Responsibilities: To represent the people of Ohio, their district and the United States in dealing with matters of national and international importance. The general welfare should be a prime concern.Term: 2 yearsSalary: $174,000

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    Jim Jordan
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

1. Given our experiences with Covid-19, what precautions would you put in place to allow safe, secure elections whereby voters are not choosing between their health and their right to vote, especially in November? Include how you would fund any necessary precautions and changes.

2. What policies and actions will you promote to pursue social and racial justice in our country?

Current Job Position US Representative to Congress, District 4
Education Graham High School, B.S, Economics, University of Wisconsin; M.A. Education, The Ohio State University; J.D. Capital University Law School
Training & Experience State Representative (1995-2001);State Senator (2001-2007); Congressman (2007-present)
We Ohioans have ample opportunity to safely cast our vote, including a 30-day window to vote by mail. I trust state and local officials will take every precaution and implement the proper procedures to make sure that in-person early voting and in-person election day voting will be safe for everyone as well. State and local elected officials are also in the best position to decide if additional funding is needed to execute these plans.
America must strive to be a country where all citizens, created equally in God’s image, have the freedom and opportunity to pursue their dreams under a system of limited government where individuals are protected by equal opportunity and equal justice under the law. Much of my work in Congress is in pursuit of these ideals: personal freedom, economic opportunity, limited government, equal opportunity, and equal justice. These principles will help secure social and racial justice.