Back in January, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine sent approximately 1,000 Ohio National Guard troops to Washington, D.C. to help provide security for the presidential inauguration.
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Welcome from Our Chairman
I moved to Ohio 36 years ago with the realization that Ohio was the place you could live the American Dream. And Ohio gave me that opportunity. Now it’s time to make sure Ohio is welcoming the next generation to live that same dream. My path as a career businessman, United States Congressman, and United States Senate candidate gave me the ability to meet so many others committed to a better Ohio.
Too often I found those individuals and business leaders felt Ohio needed policy initiatives and action that will allow our State to compete in our ever changing nation . Common sense ideas, like those I implemented while operating my 60 plus businesses. Processes and institutions that put everyday Ohioans first. Together we can make that happen.
That is why I am proud to Chair Ohio’s Future Foundation, a policy and action oriented organization who’s goal is to move Ohio forward . Our goal is to support and empower businesses, grassroots and faith-based organizations, and individuals to listen, learn and lead Ohio into a brighter future.
Chairman, Ohio’s Future Foundation
Meet Jim Renacci
Over 30 years ago, Jim Renacci moved to Ohio with a few hundred dollars, dreaming American dreams of starting a family and launching a business.
Growing up in a blue-collar union family in western Pennsylvania, Jim Renacci was the first in his family to graduate from college.
Not only did the blue-collar entrepreneur realize his own dream, but Jim also became the answer to countless Ohioans.
Marrying his childhood sweetheart Tina, Jim started implementing his entrepreneurial vision of owning a small business, providing jobs and livelihoods for local families. As can only happen in America, the Ohioan entrepreneur soon laid claim to operating over 60 businesses, creating 1,500 new jobs, employing over 3,000 people statewide.
With the signing of a recently passed bill by conservative Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds, Iowa has become the 18th state in the union to enact
Last May, like you I watched horrified as what began as a peaceful protest in downtown Columbus quickly escalated into a full-scale riot. That riot
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