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A former school board member and member of the Ohio House of Representatives, Casey Kozlowski has dedicated his entire adult life to public service. Most recently, Casey served as State Representative from the 99th Ohio House District, which includes Ashtabula and northern Trumbull counties. At the time of his election, Casey was the youngest member of the Ohio House of Representatives. During his House career Casey introduced four bills that became law, including major legislation that enabled small businesses to expand their operations throughout Ohio. By appointment of the House Speaker Casey served on four standing committees during his tenure which included the House Education, Transportation/Public Safety, Agriculture and Natural Resources and the Small Business & Economic Development committees.
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Leadership
During his House career Casey introduced four bills that became law, including major legislation that enabled small businesses to expand their operations throughout Ohio. By appointment of the House Speaker Casey served on four standing committees during his tenure which included the House Education, Transportation/Public Safety, Agriculture and Natural Resources and the Small Business & Economic Development committees.
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Civic Minded
Casey’s civic involvement has included membership in the Ashtabula Rotary Club, the Ohio Farm Bureau, Chardon Tomorrow, the National Conference of State Legislators and several local area chambers of commerce.
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News Updates
JEFFERSON — Incumbent county Commissioner Casey Kozlowski, a Republican, is seeking a second term on the top county board. The 30-year-old Pierpont native and former 99th Ohio House District state representative earned an initial four years in 2014 — taking over for former commissioner Joe Moroski, who retired — and unofficially announced his second campaign in November.
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