COLUMBUS – State Representatives Brian Stewart (R-Ashville) and D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) yesterday introduced legislation that would add a judicial candidate’s party affiliation on a general election ballot.
Today, State Rep. D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) voted to support and the House passed House Bill 2, known as the Broadband Expansion bill. The legislation expands broadband access across the state with the creation of Ohio’s first Residential Broadband Expansion Program.
State Rep. D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) announces the introduction and his co-sponsorship of House Bill 2, which would expand broadband access across the state with the creation of Ohio’s first Residential Broadband Expansion Program.
State Rep. D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) announces he has cosponsored the newly-introduced “Fair School Funding Plan” filed under House Bill 1 for the 134th General Assembly. The key, bipartisan legislation to modernize K-12 school funding across Ohio is nearly identical to last General Assembly’s House Bill 305, which was a school funding formula reform bill that passed in the House late last year.
Ohio House Speaker Bob Cupp (R-Lima) appointed State Rep. D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) as Vice-Chair of the House Criminal Justice Committee for the 134th General Assembly.
State Rep. D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) announces that businesses across Erie and Ottawa Counties can still apply for the Bar and Restaurant Assistance Fund. The deadline for applications is set for Jan. 31, 2021.
Today, State Rep. D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) announces that JobsOhio and Lewco, Inc. are teaming up to invest millions and create over one-hundred new job positions to Ottawa County. Lewco, Inc. is a northwest Ohio manufacturing company that will take over a portion of a historical facility in the Lake Erie Business Park in coordination with JobsOhio.
Today, State Rep. D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) supported House Bill 305, which was passed by the Ohio House. The historic legislation provides comprehensive reform of Ohio’s primary and secondary school funding framework.
State Rep. D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) announces $125 million for small businesses across the state of Ohio. Swearingen joined the governor and other public officials in a virtual press conference declaring the release of this funding and to other areas that will receive Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) allocations. Swearingen spoke to the small business relief grants at the event.
Today, Swearingen announces that legislation he introduced, the “Business Expansion and Safety Act,” was signed into law by the governor in a virtual signing ceremony. The bill passed out of the General Assembly and was sent to the governor’s desk last month. The Business Expansion and Safety Act will help all of the businesses and workers involved in one of the industries most impacted by the pandemic – restaurants and bars.