Ohio Bullion Sales Tax Renewal?! | Potential +5.75-8.00% Price Hike

Ohio Tax Bullion Renewal Proposed Precious Metals Silver Gold State Tax Ohio 2019

It seems, every month now, another US state is threatening to roll back their bullion sales tax exemptions to gap funding shortfalls elsewhere.

Any resident in the state of Ohio, especially Ohio bullion buyers should now be aware, that if a new Ohio bullion sales tax gets passed, it will make investing in physical precious metals prohibitively more expensive adding nearly 6% up to 8% over current bullion product prices.

The state of Ohio is now considering a sales tax on investment-grade gold and silver coins and bars as part of the 2019 Ohio State Budget Bill. This proposed Ohio bullion tax comes on top of and in addition to the current Commercial Activity Tax (CAT), which Ohio already applies to precious metal bullion products sourced into the state.

Never mind if you have been responsible with your household budgeting, retirement planning, or the promises you have set forth for future delivery. It does not seem to matter that life is busy enough trying to keep your finances in the black and stay clear of having to use usurious consumer loans to make your budget work month to month.

It appears the state of Ohio believes they can re-pass another bullion sales tax as their Ohio bullion buying constituents may not be paying all that much attention as they are busy with their livelihoods and family responsibilities.

Rather than tax Ohio investors on equity investments in stocks like Apple or Tesla, it seems state legislature officials are now aiming at an apparent defenseless class of investors to pick on.

Bullion buyers in Ohio should let all Ohio state legislatures know it is a poor political choice for them to venture down this road.

Please join us in the fight to combat Ohio “Republican conservatives” and other Ohio state representatives, from passing another sales tax on precious metals and firmly urge them to exempt precious metals from being charged in CAT Taxes too (this simply thwarts bullion business and potential future precious metal businesses created in the state ongoing).

The following is a list of Ohio House and Senate representatives emails in an easy to use format separated by commas.

Please consider email BCC’ing all of them in chunk email blasts of a dozen or so at a time so they avert spam filters using your email program of choice.

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Email Subject: Opposition to HB 166 

Dear Ohio State Legislatures,

We politely ask that you never again raise state taxes on precious metal bullion coin, bar, and round purchases.

Since the 2008 financial crisis, it has become clear that financial authorities do not have a solid grasp on the unintended consquences of their ongoing monetary policies.

We Ohio residents and Ohio bullion buyers specifically buy low price bullion coins, bars, and rounds as a prudent investment hedge against what we deem to be ongoing policies which have not proven themselves to be healthy for the United States economy long term.

We typically purchase bullion at low price premiums and save them in our great state of Ohio as many also acquire and save stocks, bonds, fiat currencies, and other liquid financial assets for our future.

By adding another Ohio bullion sales tax you will simply be punishing many of your constituants who voted you into office.

Investors in precious metals have long term memories and are politically active. 

We ask that you seriously reconsider this misguided idea and learn more about the nuances of the precious metals industry before making a mistake that will affect businesses, people's livelihoods, your supporters, etc.

You should also consider the current CAT Tax against precious metal related businesses working on profit margins so slim, it thwarts entreprenuers and bullion related businesses from further growth or creation within the state. They all will end up in faster growing states like Texas if we do not address this soon.

You might think that an estimated missing $5.5 million in 'could-have-collected' bullion state taxes is worth pursuing. That figure is highly questionable but even if accurate it is a paltry sum compared to other sources of state tax revenues.

We strongly suggest, you steer clear of further punishing the Ohio precious metal buyer and industry.

Bullion buyers are smart and often highly educated. They will either discontinue buying their bullion within the state of Ohio or work around such legislation using other tactics which would make any potential gains in Ohio bullion state sales taxes likely much less a potential amount than you believe or estimate it to be worth.

The backlash you will get in that ballot box and in your political careers would be gauranteed. Bottom line, this idea a wrong one. 

Respectfully rethink what you are considering in terms of a new Ohio bullion state sales tax renewal. 

Concerned Ohio resident,

- Sign Your Name, etc.

 

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OHIO CONGRESSMEN

rep24@ohiohouse.gov
rep79@ohiohouse.gov
rep43@ohiohouse.gov
Scott.Wiggam@ohiohouse.gov
Mark.Romanchuk@ohiohouse.gov
Haraz.Ghanbari@ohiohouse.gov
rep04@ohiohouse.gov
Tim.Ginter@ohiohouse.gov
rep06@ohiohouse.gov
Thomas.Patton@ohiohouse.gov
Kent.Smith@ohiohouse.gov
Janine.Boyd@ohiohouse.gov
Terrence.Upchurch@ohiohouse.gov
Stephanie.Howse@ohiohouse.gov
Juanita.Brent@ohiohouse.gov
Michael.Skindell@ohiohouse.gov
Bride.Sweeney@ohiohouse.gov
rep15@ohiohouse.gov
Dave.Greenspan@ohiohouse.gov
Adam.Miller@ohiohouse.gov
Kristin.Boggs@ohiohouse.gov
Mary.Lightbody@ohiohouse.gov
Richard.Brown@ohiohouse.gov
Beth.Liston@ohiohouse.gov
David.Leland@ohiohouse.gov
Laura.Lanese@ohiohouse.gov
Bernadine.Kent@ohiohouse.gov
Erica.Crawley@ohiohouse.gov
Tom.Brinkman@ohiohouse.gov
Jessica.Miranda@ohiohouse.gov
Louis.Blessing@ohiohouse.gov
rep30@ohiohouse.gov
Brigid.Kelly@ohiohouse.gov
Catherine.Ingram@ohiohouse.gov
Sedrick.Denson@ohiohouse.gov
Emilia.Sykes@ohiohouse.gov
Tavia.Galonski@ohiohouse.gov
Anthony.DeVitis@ohiohouse.gov
Casey.Weinstein@ohiohouse.gov
Bill.Roemer@ohiohouse.gov
Fred.Strahorn@ohiohouse.gov
Phil.Plummer@ohiohouse.gov
Jim.Butler@ohiohouse.gov
Niraj.Antani@ohiohouse.gov
Paula.Hicks-Hudson@ohiohouse.gov
Lisa.Sobecki@ohiohouse.gov
Michael.Sheehy@ohiohouse.gov
Derek.Merrin@ohiohouse.gov
Scott.Oelslager@ohiohouse.gov
Thomas.West@ohiohouse.gov
Reggie.Stoltzfus@ohiohouse.gov
Sara.Carruthers@ohiohouse.gov
George.Lang@ohiohouse.gov
Candice.Keller@ohiohouse.gov
Paul.Zeltwanger@ohiohouse.gov
Gayle.Manning@ohiohouse.gov
rep56@ohiohouse.gov
Dick.Stein@ohiohouse.gov
Michele.Lepore-Hagan@ohiohouse.gov
Don.Manning@ohiohouse.gov
John.Rogers@ohiohouse.gov
Jamie.Callender@ohiohouse.gov
rep62@ohiohouse.gov
Vacant.@ohiohouse.gov
Michael.OBrien@ohiohouse.gov
John.Becker@ohiohouse.gov
Doug.Green@ohiohouse.gov
Kris.Jordan@ohiohouse.gov
Rick.Carfagna@ohiohouse.gov
rep69@ohiohouse.gov
Darrell.Kick@ohiohouse.gov
Scott.Ryan@ohiohouse.gov
Larry.Householder@ohiohouse.gov
Rick.Perales@ohiohouse.gov
Bill.Dean@ohiohouse.gov
Randi.Clites@ohiohouse.gov
Vacatnt.@ohiohouse.gov
Tim.Schaffer@ohiohouse.gov
Ron.Hood@ohiohouse.gov
Jena.Powell@ohiohouse.gov
James.Hoops@ohiohouse.gov
Craig.Riedel@ohiohouse.gov
Jon.Cross@ohiohouse.gov
Susan.Manchester@ohiohouse.gov
Nino.Vitale@ohiohouse.gov
Tracy.Richardson@ohiohouse.gov
Riordan.McClain@ohiohouse.gov
Bill.Reineke@ohiohouse.gov
Steven.Arndt@ohiohouse.gov
Brian.Baldridge@ohiohouse.gov
Shane.Wilkin@ohiohouse.gov
Gary.Scherer@ohiohouse.gov
Ryan.Smith@ohiohouse.gov
Jay.Edwards@ohiohouse.gov
Don.Jones@ohiohouse.gov
Jack.Cera@ohiohouse.gov
Adam.Holmes@ohiohouse.gov
Brett.Hillyer@ohiohouse.gov
John.Patterson@ohiohouse.gov

OHIO SENATORS

Robert.McColley@ohiosenate.gov
Theresa.Gavarone@ohiosenate.gov
Tina.Maharath@ohiosenate.gov
William.Coley@ohiosenate.gov
Stephen.Huffman@ohiosenate.gov
Peggy.Lehner@ohiosenate.gov
Steve.Wilson@ohiosenate.gov
Lou.Terhar@ohiosenate.gov
Cecil.Thomas@ohiosenate.gov
Bob.Hackett@ohiosenate.gov
Teresa.Fedor@ohiosenate.gov
Matt.Huffman@ohiosenate.gov
Nathan.Manning@ohiosenate.gov
Joseph.Uecker@ohiosenate.gov
Hearcel.Craig@ohiosenate.gov
Stephanie.Kunze@ohiosenate.gov
Bob.Peterson@ohiosenate.gov
John.Eklund@ohiosenate.gov
Andrew.Brenner@ohiosenate.gov
Vacant.@ohiosenate.gov
Sandra.Williams@ohiosenate.gov
Larry.Obhof@ohiosenate.gov
Nickie.Antonio@ohiosenate.gov
Matt.Dolan@ohiosenate.gov
Kenny.Yuko@ohiosenate.gov
Dave.Burke@ohiosenate.gov
Kristina.Roegner@ohiosenate.gov
Vernon.Sykes@ohiosenate.gov
sd29@ohiosenate.gov
Frank.Hoagland@ohiosenate.gov
Jay.Hottinger@ohiosenate.gov
Sean.OBrien@ohiosenate.gov
Michael.Rulli@ohiosenate.gov


Why would Ohio Vote to Tax Gold and Silver? Aren’t good and silver investments?

Common in any industry, the effect of one rogue criminal can often have a profound inverse and negative impact on the sentiment towards a specific industry or business sector.

Over a decade ago, Ohio reportedly fell victim to a scheme which became known as Coingate, conducted by Ohio resident, Tom Noe, left in charge of a $50 million rare-coin investment portfolio.

The fund in 2005 attracted scrutiny by investigators for only having $13 million of the $50 million accounted for among other claims.

Tom Noe got convicted of running a criminal enterprise and the theft of the missing coins. Following that, the state of Ohio passed a short-sighted bullion sales tax on all precious metals which lasted until only a few years ago.

Here we are again.

Ohio State House Representatives only serve 2-year terms, thus many individuals currently in office have not been educated on what the difference is between rare collector numismatic coins and pure .999 fine low premium investment grade precious metal bullion coins, bars, and rounds (better for investors to buy due to their thin price premiums over their respective underlying precious metal spot prices.).

Why does Ohio currently not tax precious metals?

On January 1, 2017, Ohio became the 34th state to have a complete or partial tax exemption for precious metals when Governor John Kasich signed Senate Bill 172. This passing was in-part due to many years of efforts by industry groups including the Industry for Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA).

What other states currently impose a tax on precious metals?

A current list of US states which impose sales taxes on bullion and precious metal investment-grade products are here.

We urge all readers of those states to contact their local state representatives to encourage them to pass legislation exempting gold or silver investment-grade bullion purchases from states sales taxes.

What is the CAT Tax on why does the State of Ohio charge it on precious metals?

The state of Ohio charges a tax on most businesses with taxable gross receipts (gross receipts sourced to Ohio) exceeding $150,000 in the calendar year. The CAT is a tax that is considered a cost of doing business in this state.

In the case of precious metals, nearly every major wholesaler and retailer meets the definition to remit CAT tax to the state of Ohio for the privilege of shipping precious metals into the state of Ohio. This tax even wrongheadedly includes business to business transactions, as well as, business to consumer transactions. The Ohio precious metals CAT tax equates to 0.26% which within the bullion and precious metal wholesale market is typically over 50% of the spread or profit margin that low premium bullion dealers operate, and maintain their businesses upon.

Why should Gold and Silver Bullion be Ohio CAT Exempt?

In addition to precious metals widely considered to be an investment, gold and silver are currency whose status as money is both explicitly cited and defended in Article 1, Section 10 of the United States Constitution.

If you walked into a bank to exchange a $20 Federal Reserve note for twenty $1 Federal Reserve notes, the bank is rightfully not taxing you for the privilege of providing the product or service of the exchange.

However, if you conduct the same exchange with a one ounce US Mint American Silver Eagle coin which is stamped and declared $1 legal tender by the US Mint the transaction would be subject to Ohio CAT.

In summary, there’s no basis to justify the difference between how a paper $1 US dollar bill gets treated tax-wise compared to a legal tender .999 bullion US Mint American Silver Eagle coin.

The same case and argument could be made for any other government minted gold, silver, palladium, and platinum legal tender bullon coin.

Furthermore, gold, silver, and platinum coins, rounds, and bars of absolute purity get widely accepted as financial investments and liquid assets.

A stock exchange, such as Fidelity, is not taxed for the privilege of allowing an Ohio resident to invest in a share of Amazon stock.

Furthermore, Fidelity does not tax for the privilege of allowing Ohio residents to invest in inferior shares of GLD or SLV which are Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) designed to mimic gold and silver spot prices, respectfully (theoretically holding bullion in vaults held and owned by the ETF bullion trust, not the unsecured shareholder).

Contrarily, precious metals dealers are subject to CAT for the privilege of allowing an Ohio resident to invest in a physical ounce of gold, silver, and platinum.

Just yet another example of the little investor being again potentially taken advantage of, as they are not paying political attention to ongoings at the state legislative level.


What can I do to help in education representatives in the House and Senate on state sales tax on precious metals?

Please consider contacting the list of representatives above.

If you have the time, please also call them and explain to them why investment grade precious metals should be tax exempt just like any other investment vehicle. As it relates to Ohio, this is currently in the House of Representatives.

Today's potential Ohio bullion sales tax warning is a red alert for Ohio bullion buyers who want to keep the cost basis for their investments cost-effective and reasonable in terms of potential performance.

We need to let them hear our vote and objection to this wrong-headed Ohio bullion sales tax proposal.

OHIO HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE PHONE NUMBERS

District # First Name Last Name Phone Number Email
1 Scott Wiggam 614-466-1474 Scott.Wiggam@ohiohouse.gov
2 Mark Romanchuk 614-466-5802 Mark.Romanchuk@ohiohouse.gov
3 Haraz Ghanbari 614-466-8104 Haraz.Ghanbari@ohiohouse.gov
4 Robert Cupp 614-466-9624 rep04@ohiohouse.gov
5 Tim Ginter 614-466-8022 Tim.Ginter@ohiohouse.gov
6 Phillip Robinson 614-644-6041 rep06@ohiohouse.gov
7 Thomas Patton 614-466-4895 Thomas.Patton@ohiohouse.gov
8 Kent Smith 614-466-5441 Kent.Smith@ohiohouse.gov
9 Janine Boyd 614-644-5079 Janine.Boyd@ohiohouse.gov
10 Terrence Upchurch 614-466-7954 Terrence.Upchurch@ohiohouse.gov
11 Stephanie Howse 614-466-1414 Stephanie.Howse@ohiohouse.gov
12 Juanita Brent 614-466-1408 Juanita.Brent@ohiohouse.gov
13 Michael Skindell 614-466-5921 Michael.Skindell@ohiohouse.gov
14 Bride Sweeney 614-466-3350 Bride.Sweeney@ohiohouse.gov
15 Jeffrey Crossman 614-466-3485 rep15@ohiohouse.gov
16 Dave Greenspan 614-466-0961 Dave.Greenspan@ohiohouse.gov
17 Adam Miller 614-644-6005 Adam.Miller@ohiohouse.gov
18 Kristin Boggs 614-466-1896 Kristin.Boggs@ohiohouse.gov
19 Mary Lightbody 614-466-4847 Mary.Lightbody@ohiohouse.gov
20 Richard Brown 614-644-6002 Richard.Brown@ohiohouse.gov
21 Beth Liston 614-644-6030 Beth.Liston@ohiohouse.gov
22 David Leland 614-466-2473 David.Leland@ohiohouse.gov
23 Laura Lanese 614-466-9690 Laura.Lanese@ohiohouse.gov
24 C Allison 614-466-8012 rep24@ohiohouse.gov
25 Bernadine Kent 614-466-5343 Bernadine.Kent@ohiohouse.gov
26 Erica Crawley 614-466-8010 Erica.Crawley@ohiohouse.gov
27 Tom Brinkman 614-644-6886 Tom.Brinkman@ohiohouse.gov
28 Jessica Miranda 614-466-8120 Jessica.Miranda@ohiohouse.gov
29 Louis Blessing 614-466-9091 Louis.Blessing@ohiohouse.gov
30 William Seitz 614-466-8258 rep30@ohiohouse.gov
31 Brigid Kelly 614-466-5786 Brigid.Kelly@ohiohouse.gov
32 Catherine Ingram 614-466-1645 Catherine.Ingram@ohiohouse.gov
33 Sedrick Denson 614-466-1308 Sedrick.Denson@ohiohouse.gov
34 Emilia Sykes 614-466-3100 Emilia.Sykes@ohiohouse.gov
35 Tavia Galonski 614-644-6037 Tavia.Galonski@ohiohouse.gov
36 Anthony DeVitis 614-466-1790 Anthony.DeVitis@ohiohouse.gov
37 Casey Weinstein 614-466-1177 Casey.Weinstein@ohiohouse.gov
38 Bill Roemer 614-644-5085 Bill.Roemer@ohiohouse.gov
39 Fred Strahorn 614-466-1607 Fred.Strahorn@ohiohouse.gov
40 Phil Plummer 614-644-8051 Phil.Plummer@ohiohouse.gov
41 Jim Butler 614-644-6008 Jim.Butler@ohiohouse.gov
42 Niraj Antani 614-466-6504 Niraj.Antani@ohiohouse.gov
43 J. Smith 614-466-2960 rep43@ohiohouse.gov
44 Paula Hicks-Hudson 614-466-1401 Paula.Hicks-Hudson@ohiohouse.gov
45 Lisa Sobecki 614-644-6017 Lisa.Sobecki@ohiohouse.gov
46 Michael Sheehy 614-466-1418 Michael.Sheehy@ohiohouse.gov
47 Derek Merrin 614-466-1731 Derek.Merrin@ohiohouse.gov
48 Scott Oelslager 614-752-2438 Scott.Oelslager@ohiohouse.gov
49 Thomas West 614-466-8030 Thomas.West@ohiohouse.gov
50 Reggie Stoltzfus 614-466-9078 Reggie.Stoltzfus@ohiohouse.gov
51 Sara Carruthers 614-644-6721 Sara.Carruthers@ohiohouse.gov
52 George Lang 614-466-8550 George.Lang@ohiohouse.gov
53 Candice Keller 614-644-5094 Candice.Keller@ohiohouse.gov
54 Paul Zeltwanger 614-644-6027 Paul.Zeltwanger@ohiohouse.gov
55 Gayle Manning 614-644-5076 Gayle.Manning@ohiohouse.gov
56 Joseph Miller 614-466-5141 rep56@ohiohouse.gov
57 Dick Stein 614-466-9628 Dick.Stein@ohiohouse.gov
58 Michele Lepore-Hagan 614-466-9435 Michele.Lepore-Hagan@ohiohouse.gov>
59 Don Manning 614-466-6107 Don.Manning@ohiohouse.gov
60 John Rogers 614-466-7251 John.Rogers@ohiohouse.gov
61 Jamie Callender 614-644-6074 Jamie.Callender@ohiohouse.gov
62 P. Lipps 614-644-6023 rep62@ohiohouse.gov
63 Vacant 614-466-3488 Vacant.@ohiohouse.gov
64 Michael OBrien 614-466-5358 Michael.OBrien@ohiohouse.gov
65 John Becker 614-466-8134 John.Becker@ohiohouse.gov
66 Doug Green 614-644-6034 Doug.Green@ohiohouse.gov
67 Kris Jordan 614-644-6711 Kris.Jordan@ohiohouse.gov
68 Rick Carfagna 614-466-1431 Rick.Carfagna@ohiohouse.gov
69 Stephen Hambley 614-466-8140 rep69@ohiohouse.gov
70 Darrell Kick 614-466-2994 Darrell.Kick@ohiohouse.gov
71 Scott Ryan 614-466-1482 Scott.Ryan@ohiohouse.gov
72 Larry Householder 614-466-2500 Larry.Householder@ohiohouse.gov
73 Rick Perales 614-644-6020 Rick.Perales@ohiohouse.gov
74 Bill Dean 614-466-1470 Bill.Dean@ohiohouse.gov
75 Randi Clites 614-466-2004 Randi.Clites@ohiohouse.gov
76 Vacatnt 614-644-5088 Vacatnt.@ohiohouse.gov
77 Tim Schaffer 614-466-8100 Tim.Schaffer@ohiohouse.gov
78 Ron Hood 614-466-1464 Ron.Hood@ohiohouse.gov
79 J. Kyle 614-466-2038 rep79@ohiohouse.gov
80 Jena Powell 614-466-8114 Jena.Powell@ohiohouse.gov
81 James Hoops 614-466-3760 James.Hoops@ohiohouse.gov
82 Craig Riedel 614-644-5091 Craig.Riedel@ohiohouse.gov
83 Jon Cross 614-466-3819 Jon.Cross@ohiohouse.gov
84 Susan Manchester 614-466-6344 Susan.Manchester@ohiohouse.gov
85 Nino Vitale 614-466-1507 Nino.Vitale@ohiohouse.gov
86 Tracy Richardson 614-466-8147 Tracy.Richardson@ohiohouse.gov
87 Riordan McClain 614-644-6265 Riordan.McClain@ohiohouse.gov
88 Bill Reineke 614-466-1374 Bill.Reineke@ohiohouse.gov
89 Steven Arndt 614-644-6011 Steven.Arndt@ohiohouse.gov
90 Brian Baldridge 614-466-2124 Brian.Baldridge@ohiohouse.gov
91 Shane Wilkin 614-466-3506 Shane.Wilkin@ohiohouse.gov
92 Gary Scherer 614-644-7928 Gary.Scherer@ohiohouse.gov
93 Ryan Smith 614-466-1366 Ryan.Smith@ohiohouse.gov
94 Jay Edwards 614-466-2158 Jay.Edwards@ohiohouse.gov
95 Don Jones 614-644-8728 Don.Jones@ohiohouse.gov
96 Jack Cera 614-466-3735 Jack.Cera@ohiohouse.gov
97 Adam Holmes 614-644-6014 Adam.Holmes@ohiohouse.gov
98 Brett Hillyer 614-466-8035 Brett.Hillyer@ohiohouse.gov
99 John Patterson 614-466-1405 John.Patterson@ohiohouse.gov

OHIO SENATE OFFICE PHONE NUMBERS

District # First Name Last Name Phone Number Email
1 Robert McColley 614-466-8150 Robert.McColley@ohiosenate.gov
2 Theresa Gavarone 614-466-8060 Theresa.Gavarone@ohiosenate.gov
3 Tina Maharath 614-466-8064 Tina.Maharath@ohiosenate.gov
4 William Coley 614-466-8072 William.Coley@ohiosenate.gov
5 Stephen Huffman 614-466-6247 Stephen.Huffman@ohiosenate.gov
6 Peggy Lehner 614-466-4538 Peggy.Lehner@ohiosenate.gov
7 Steve Wilson 614-466-9737 Steve.Wilson@ohiosenate.gov
8 Lou Terhar 614-466-8068 Lou.Terhar@ohiosenate.gov
9 Cecil Thomas 614-466-5980 Cecil.Thomas@ohiosenate.gov
10 Bob Hackett 614-466-3780 Bob.Hackett@ohiosenate.gov
11 Teresa Fedor 614-466-5204 Teresa.Fedor@ohiosenate.gov
12 Matt Huffman 614-466-7584 Matt.Huffman@ohiosenate.gov
13 Nathan Manning 614-644-7613 Nathan.Manning@ohiosenate.gov
14 Joseph Uecker 614-466-8082 Joseph.Uecker@ohiosenate.gov
15 Hearcel Craig 614-466-5131 Hearcel.Craig@ohiosenate.gov
16 Stephanie Kunze 614-466-5981 Stephanie.Kunze@ohiosenate.gov
17 Bob Peterson 614-466-8156 Bob.Peterson@ohiosenate.gov
18 John Eklund 614-644-7718 John.Eklund@ohiosenate.gov
19 Andrew Brenner 614-466-8086 Andrew.Brenner@ohiosenate.gov
20 Vacant 614-466-8076 Vacant.@ohiosenate.gov
21 Sandra Williams 614-466-4857 Sandra.Williams@ohiosenate.gov
22 Larry Obhof 614-466-7505 Larry.Obhof@ohiosenate.gov
23 Nickie Antonio 614-466-5123 Nickie.Antonio@ohiosenate.gov
24 Matt Dolan 614-466-8056 Matt.Dolan@ohiosenate.gov
25 Kenny Yuko 614-466-4583 Kenny.Yuko@ohiosenate.gov
26 Dave Burke 614-466-8049 Dave.Burke@ohiosenate.gov
27 Kristina Roegner 614-466-4823 Kristina.Roegner@ohiosenate.gov
28 Vernon Sykes 614-466-7041 Vernon.Sykes@ohiosenate.gov
29 Kirk Shuring 614-466-0626 sd29@ohiosenate.gov
30 Frank Hoagland 614-466-6508 Frank.Hoagland@ohiosenate.gov
31 Jay Hottinger 614-466-5838 Jay.Hottinger@ohiosenate.gov
32 Sean OBrien 614-466-7182 Sean.OBrien@ohiosenate.gov
33 Michael Rulli 614-466-8285 Michael.Rulli@ohiosenate.gov

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