120th Ohio General Assembly

The 120th Ohio General Assembly was the legislative body of the state of Ohio in 1993 and 1994. In this General Assembly, both the Ohio Senate and the Ohio House of Representatives were controlled by the Ohio Republican Party. In the Senate, there were 21 Republicans and 12 Democrats. In the House, there were 62 Republicans and 37 Democrats. It was the first General Assembly to use redistricted legislative districts from the 1990 United States Census.

Contents

Major events

Vacancies

  • April 13, 1993: Senator Harry Meshel (D-33rd) resigns.
  • July 1, 1993: Representative Ray Miller (D-22nd) resigns.
  • December 31, 1993: Senator Steven Williams (R-31st) resigns.
  • February 2, 1994: Senator Ted Gray (R-3rd) resigns.


Appointments

  • April 21, 1993: Joseph Vukovich is appointed to the 33rd Senatorial District due to the resignation of Harry Meshel
  • July 1, 1993: Charleta Tavares is appointed to the 22nd House District due to the resignation of Ray Miller.
  • January 4, 1994: Nancy Dix is appointed to the 31st Senatorial District due to the resignation of Steven Williams.
  • March 1, 1994: Bruce E. Johnson is appointed to the 3rd Senatorial District due to the resignation of Ted Gray.

Senate

Leadership

Majority leadership

  • President of the Senate: Stanley Aronoff
  • President pro tempore of the Senate: Richard Finan
  • Assistant pro tempore: Eugene J. Watts
  • Whip: Roy Ray

Minority leadership

  • Leader: Robert Boggs
  • Assistant Leader: Alan Zaleski
  • Whip: Ben Espy
  • Assistant Whip: Bob Nettle

Members of the 121st Senate

District Senator Party First elected
1 M. Ben Gaeth [1] Republican 1974
2 Betty Montgomery [2] Republican 1988
3 Bruce E. Johnson [3] Republican 1994 (Appt.)
4 Barry Levey [4] Republican 1987 (Appt.)
5 Neal Zimmers Democratic 1974
6 Chuck Horn [5] Republican 1984
7 Richard Finan [6] Republican 1978 (Appt.)
8 Stanley Aronoff Republican 1967
9 Bill Bowen [7] Democratic 1970 (Appt.)
10 Merle G. Kearns [8] Republican 1991 (Appt.)
11 Linda J. Furney [9] Democratic 1986
12 Robert R. Cupp [10] Republican 1984
13 Alan Zaleski [11] Democrat 1982
14 Cooper Snyder [12] Republican 1979 (Appt.)
15 Ben Espy [13] Democratic 1992 (Appt.)
16 Eugene J. Watts [14] Republican 1984
17 Jan Michael Long [15] Democratic 1986
18 Robert Boggs [16] Democratic 1982
19 Richard Schafrath [17] Republican 1986
20 Bob Ney [18] Republican 1984 (Appt.)
21 Jeffrey Johnson [19] Democratic 1990 (Appt.)
22 Grace L. Drake [20] Republican 1984 (Appt.)
23 Anthony Sinagra [21] Democratic 1990
24 Gary C. Suhadolnik [22] Republican 1980
25 Judy Sheerer [23] Democratic 1992 (Appt.)
26 Karen Gillmor [24] Republican 1992
27 Roy Ray [25] Republican 1986
28 Bob Nettle [26] Democratic 1986
29 Scott Oelslager [27] Republican 1985 (Appt.)
30 Rob Burch [28] Democratic 1984
31 Nancy Dix [29] Republican 1994 (Appt.)
32 Anthony Latell Jr. [30] Democratic 1992
33 Joseph Vukovich [31] Democratic 1993 (Appt.)

House of Representatives

Leadership

Majority leadership

Minority leadership

Members of the 121st House of Representatives

District Representative Party First Elected
1 Bill Thompson Rep 1986
2 George E. Terwilleger Rep 1992
3 Sean D. Logan Dem 1990 (Appt.)
4 Randy Gardner Rep 1985 (Appt.)
5 Ross Boggs Dem 1982
6 Jon D. Myers Rep 1990
7 Ron Amstutz Rep 1980
8 C.J. Prentiss Dem 1990
9 Barbara Boyd Dem 1992
10 Troy Lee James Dem 1967
11 Jane Campbell Democratic 1984
12 Vermel Whalen Dem 1986 (Appt.)
13 Barbara C. Pringle Dem 1982 (Appt.)
14 Ron Suster Democratic 1980
15 Mike Wise Rep 1992
16 Ed Kasputis Rep 1990
17 Madeline Cain Dem 1988
18 Rocco Colonna Dem 1974
19 Patrick Sweeney Dem 1967
20 Ron Mottl Dem 1986
21 Otto Beatty Jr. Democratic 1980 (Appt.)
22 Charleta Tavares Democratic 1993 (Appt.)
23 Mike Stinziano Democratic 1972
24 Jo Ann Davidson Republican 1980
25 Jim Mason Republican 1992
26 Patrick Tiberi Rep
27 E.J. Thomas Rep
28 Priscilla D. Mead Republican 1992
29 Bill Schuck Rep
30 Helen Rankin Democratic 1978 (Appt.)
31 William L. Mallory Sr. Democratic 1966
32 Dale N. Van Vyven Republican 1978 (Appt.)
33 Jerome F. Luebbers Democratic 1978
34 Cheryl Winkler Republican 1990 (Appt.)
35 Lou Blessing Republican 1982
36 Bob Schuler Republican 1992
37 Jacquelin K. O'Brien Republican 1986
38 Rhine McLin Democratic 1989 (Appt.)
39 Tom Roberts Democratic 1986 (Appt.)
40 Jeff Jacobson Rep
41 Don Mottley Republican 1992
42 Bob Corbin Republican 1976
43 Bob Netzley Rep 1967
44 Vernon Sykes Democratic 1983 (Appt.)
45 Karen Doty Democratic 1992
46 Wayne Jones Democratic 1988 (Appt.)
47 Betty Sutton Democratic 1992
48 Tom Seese Democratic 1986 (Appt.)
49 Casey Jones Democratic 1968
50 Barney Quilter Democratic 1966
51 Tim Greenwood Republican 1988
52 Sally Perz Republican 1992
53 Darrell Opfer Dem 1992
54 William J. Healy Democratic 1974
55 Dave Johnson Republican 1978
56 Johnnie Maier Jr. Democratic 1990
57 Francis Carr Democratic 1992
58 Scott Nein Rep 1990
59 Michael A. Fox Rep 1974
60 Gene Krebs Rep
61 Joseph Koziura Democratic 1984
62 John Bender Democratic 1992
63 Katherine Walsh Dem 1988
64 Bob Hagan Democratic 1986
65 Ron Gerberry Democratic 1974
66 Michael G. Verich Democratic 1982
67 June Lucas Democratic 1986
68 Diane Grendell Rep 1992
69 Ray Sines Rep
70 Dan Troy Dem 1982
71 Sam Bateman Rep
72 Rose Vesper Rep
73 David Hartley Dem
74 Joe Haines Rep 1980
75 Paul Jones Dem 1982
76 Marilyn Reid Rep 1992
77 Marc Guthrie Dem 1982
78 Mary Abel Dem 1989 (Appt.)
79 Frank Sawyer Dem 1982
80 Joan Lawrence Rep 1982
81 William G. Batchelder Rep 1968
82 Richard Hodges Rep 1992
83 Lynn Wachtmann Rep 1984
84 Jim Buchy Rep
85 Jim Davis Rep 1984
86 Chuck Brading Rep
87 Ed Core Rep
88 Doug White Rep 1990
89 Dwight Wise Dem 1982
90 Randy Weston Dem 1990
91 Mike Shoemaker Dem 1982
92 Vern Riffe Dem 1967
93 Eugene Byers Rep 1986
94 Mark Malone Dem 1984
95 Joy Padgett Rep 1992
96 Tom Johnson Rep 1976
97 Greg DiDonato Rep 1990
98 Jerry W. Krupinski Dem 1986
99 Jack Cera Dem 1982

Appt.- Member was appointed to current House Seat

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