COLUMBUS – State Representative Adam Bird (R-New Richmond) today was sworn into the 134th General Assembly.
“Today is a true honor, as I officially accepted the Oath of Office and became a member of the Ohio House of Representatives,” said Bird. “As State Representative for Ohio’s 66th house district, I promise to faithfully communicate with the conservative attitudes, mindsets and sentiments that have prevailed across Clermont and Brown Counties for generations past and generations to come.”
An advocate for Ohio’s schools and students, Bird has spent the past 33 years working as a leader in public education as a teacher, assistant principal, principal and superintendent at Western Brown Senior High School, Batavia Middle School and New Richmond Exempted Village School District in Brown and Clermont Counties.
Prior to becoming state representative, Bird contributed to his community through serving various roles in local organizations including as Trustee for the Clermont County Public Library, President of the Southern Buckeye Athletic and Academic Conference and as the Clermont County representative to the Southwestern Ohio Instruction Technology Association.
Raised in Clermont County, Bird is a product of the communities in both Clermont and Brown County, as he has worked extensively in both counties. He currently lives in New Richmond with his wife of 33 years and they are blessed with four adult children, two son-in-laws and four grandchildren.