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Name Mike DeWine
Position governor
State Ohio
Party Republican
Born January 5, 1947
Entered Office January 14, 2019
Terms1 January 14, 2019 - Current
Terms 2
Terms 3
Term expires
Mailing Address 30th Floor 77 South High Street Columbus, OH 43215
Mailing Address 2
Phone number 614/466-3555
Phone number
fax 1 614/466-9354
fax 2
email Email Form
Website
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Mike DeWine’s story is a true Ohio story. Raised in Yellow Springs, Ohio, Mike DeWine and Fran Struewing met in the first grade and married while students at Miami University.

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Mike DeWine’s story is a true Ohio story. Raised in Yellow Springs, Ohio, Mike DeWine and Fran Struewing met in the first grade and married while students at Miami University. They’ve been blessed with eight children and 26 grandchildren. Family is at the core of everything Mike DeWine does, and that’s why he has devoted his life to fighting for Ohio’s families. He knows when families are strong, Ohio communities are stronger, and our future is bright.

Vision for the Future

Mike DeWine loves Ohio and cares passionately about our state’s future. He will fight for an Ohio that works for everyone – every person and every family in every corner of our state. From world class cities to some of the best small towns in America, Mike DeWine knows that to build our state into an economic powerhouse, we must have strong schools, a great quality of life, and compassion for those who need our help.

Governor Mike DeWine Ohio Values

Mike DeWine’s family started a seed company in Yellow Springs. Working alongside his parents and grandparents, Mike learned early the value of hard work, strong leadership, and fiscal responsibility.

Growing up, he loaded seed bags onto trucks and boxcars, shoveled wheat out of trucks during harvest, worked in wheat fields to help ensure the purity of the seed, and basically did whatever it took to get the job done for their customers. Inseparable to the end, his parents were married for 65 years and died within four days of each other. The values he learned from them still live within him today.

Governor Mike DeWine Lifetime of Service

On November 6, 2018, Mike DeWine was elected to serve as the 70th Governor of the State of Ohio. The Governor has had a long and distinguished career in public service, focusing on protecting Ohio children and families. He was previously the 50th Attorney General of Ohio and has previously been elected to serve as Greene County Prosecutor, Ohio State Senator, U.S. Congressman, Ohio Lt. Governor, U.S. Senator.

Education

JD, Ohio Northern University College of Law, 1972

BS, Education, Miami University of Ohio, 1969

Political Experience

Candidate, State of Ohio, 2022

Governor, State of Ohio, 2019-2022

Attorney General, State of Ohio, 2010-2019

Candidate, Governor of Ohio, 2018

Senator, United States Senate, 1994-2007

Candidate, United States Senate, Ohio, 2006

Lieutenant Governor, State of Ohio, 1990-1994

Candidate, United States Senate, 1992

Representative, United States House of Representatives, 1982-1990

Senator, Ohio State Senate, 1980-1982

Caucuses/Former Committees

Former Member, Congressional Coalition on Adoption

Former Member, National Republican Senatorial Committee

Former Member, Senate Auto Caucus

Former Co-Chair, Senate Caucus on Missing and Exploited Children

Former Member, Senate Centrist Coalition

Former Member, Senate Rural Health Caucus

Former Member, Senate Steel Caucus

Professional Experience

Visiting Scholar/Instructor, Miami University of Ohio

Visiting Scholar/Instructor, Cedarville University, 2007-2009

Visitng Scholar/Instructor, Ohio Northern University, 2007-2009

Prosecuting Attorney, Green County, 1976-1981

Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Green County, 1973-1976

Religious, Civic, and other Memberships

Member, Saint Paul Catholic Church, present

Member, Green County Bar Association

Member, Green County Historical Society

Additional Information

Awards:

Congressional Champion for Children Award, 2001, National Child Support Enforcement Association First Annual Public Policy Leadership Award, 2000, American Society of Transplantation Senator of the Year, 2000, Lake Carriers Association ORCA Award, 2001, Trade Association of the Outdoor Industry Hero of the Taxpayer, 2000, Americans for Tax Reform A Child’s Voice, 2000, Children’s Medical Center Legislator of the Year, 2000, National Association of Student Assistance Professionals First Annual Public Policy Award, 2000, Lifeline of Ohio Golden Bulldog Award, 2000, Watchdogs of the Treasury, Incorporated National Congressional Award, 2005, National Recreations and Park Association Friend of the Farm Bureau, 2001, 2005, Farm Bureau Spirit of Enterprise, 2001, 2004, 2005, United States Chamber of Commerce Highway Safety Leaders Award, 2004, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety Keep America Safe Award, 2004, Court TV/National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Legislative Service Award, 2005, Ohio Rehabilitation Association Senate Legislator of the Year, 2005, National Recreation and Park Association National Legislative Advocacy Award, 2005, Naval Reserve Association Charles Dick Medal of Merit, 2003, 2005, National Guard Association Board of Directors Award, 2004, Association for Career and Technical Education Jim and Vanita Oelsherlager Child Advocacy Award, 2004, Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Akron State and National Leadership Award, 2004, Compass House Congressional Friends of Farm Bureau, 2004, Farm Bureau Thomas Jefferson Award for Distinguished Service, 2004, Food Marketing Institute/International Food Service Distributors Association Commitment to Children Award, 2004, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Foundation Legacy Housing Award, 2004, Generations United Congressional Partnership Award, 2004, National Association of Development Organizations NYUMBANI Medallion of Hope, 2004, NYUMBANI-USA InterAction Award, 2004, InterAction Congressional Champions Award, 2004, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Guardian of Small Business, 2000, 2003, 2004, National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) Legislator of the Year, 2004, National Mental Health Association Guardian Award, 2004, Partnership for a Drug-free America National YouthBuild Coalition Award, 2004, National YouthBuild Coalition Small Business Advocate Award, 2004, Small Business Survival Committee Dr. Nathan Davis Award, 2003, American Medical Association Jack Ossofsky Award for Lifetime Achievement, 2003, Child Welfare League of America, et. al Hope Taft Prevention Advocacy Award, 2004, Ohio Parents for Drug Free Youth Ohio Parents for Drug Free Youth Bread for the World Award, 2004, Ohio Bread for the World Members Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence, 2001, 2004, National Association of Manufacturers Public Policy Leadership Award, 2003, American Society of Transplantation Golden Eagle Award, 2003, Council for National Defence Certificate of Appreciation, 2003, Joint Council on International Children’s Services Leadership Award, 2003, March of Dimes SAFE KIDS Champion Award, 2003, National SAFE KIDS Campaign Watchdog of the Treasury Award, 2003, National Taxpayers Union Nuestra Familia Award, 2002, Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs Congressional Excellence Award, 2001, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) National Security Leadership Award, 2003, American Security Council True Blue Award, 2003, Family Research Council Dr. Clement Austria Community Service Award, 2003, Golden Age Senior Center Thomas E. Burnett, Jr. Award, 2003, Medical Device Manufacturers Association Community Health Superhero Award, 2003, National Association of Community Health Centers OVRDC Area Leadership Award, 2003, Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission Donald Santarelli Award for Public Policy, 2003, National Organization of Victim Assistance Minuteman of the Year, 2003, Reserve Officers Association of the United States Certificate of Appreciation, 2002, Campfire United States of America Councils Legislator of the Year, 2002, National Youth Employment Coalition Brick on the Walk of Honor, 2002, Ohio Society of Fire Service Instructors Legislator of the Year Award, 2001, Congressional Fire Services Institute Congressional Award, 2001, International Association of Firefighters Award, 2001, Rural Community Assistance Program Retail Champion, 2001, National Retail Federation Muriel Bertsch Award, 2001, Ohio Citizens and Senior Association of Senior Center, Incorporated

Favorite Book:

“All The King’s Men,” by Robert Penn Warren

Favorite Movie:

Rio Bravo

Favorite Quote:

“You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it.” - Margaret Thatcher

“Defeat is simply a signal to press onward.” - Helen Keller

Favorite Type of Music:

Country

Hobbies or Special Talents:

Outdoors, baseball, spending time with children and grandchildren

Number of Grandchildren:

23

Spouse’s Occupation:

Volunteer, Hands Together