Senators Hackett and Hughes welcome Wittenberg University's women's softball players to the Statehouse to honor them for winning the 2016 North Coast Athletic Conference softball tournament
Senators Hackett and Hughes welcome Wittenberg University's women's softball players to the Statehouse to honor them for winning the 2016 North Coast Athletic Conference softball tournament
 Paul Stueven, chairman of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (right) presents Senator Hackett with the Legislator of the Year award at NAMIC's annual convention in Vancouver
Paul Stueven, chairman of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (right) presents Senator Hackett with the Legislator of the Year award at NAMIC's annual convention in Vancouver
 State Senator Bob Hackett presents a Senate resolution to the Northeastern High School girls powerlifting team during today's Senate session
State Senator Bob Hackett presents a Senate resolution to the Northeastern High School girls powerlifting team during today's Senate session
Senator Hackett is joined by 2015 Teacher of the Year Janet Carter and Superintendent Denise Justice and Jessica Dennis of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
Senator Hackett is joined by 2015 Teacher of the Year Janet Carter and Superintendent Denise Justice and Jessica Dennis of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
 Senator Hackett was joined by Dr. Theresa Ferrari with Ohio Military Kids and a representative from the Ohio National Guard to present a resolution to Katie Pauley
Senator Hackett was joined by Dr. Theresa Ferrari with Ohio Military Kids and a representative from the Ohio National Guard to present a resolution to Katie Pauley
 During a special ceremony, leaders from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Ohio presented Senator Hackett with an award honoring him as the organization's Legislator of the Year.
During a special ceremony, leaders from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Ohio presented Senator Hackett with an award honoring him as the organization's Legislator of the Year.
 

Senator Bob Hackett currently represents all of Clark, Greene and Madison Counties, which encompasses approximately 330,000 people. As a State Senator serving his first term, Bob’s priorities are to stimulate the economic growth of our state, exercise fiscal responsibility, lessen the tax burden on our citizens and maintain jobs. Currently, Bob serves as Chairman of the Finance Health and Medicaid Subcommittee, Vice Chairman of the Insurance and Financial Institutions Committee; and as a member of the Agriculture, Health, Human Services and Medicaid, Local Government, Public Safety and Veterans Affairs and Ways and Means Committees. Furthermore, Bob has achieved a perfect attendance voting record.

 
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09.06.17 - Hackett Applauds Springfield Police Task Force Awarded $100,000 To Help Stem Overdose Recurrence

 

"Without trained intervention, overdose recurrence and even death is often the grim fate for many struggling with addiction," said Hackett. "This targeted investment has the potential to save lives and help more Ohioans achieve long-term recovery."

 
 

07.26.17 - Helping Families Save On Back-to-School Shopping: The Ohio Sales Tax Holiday, August 4-6

 

This year, I co-sponsored Senate Bill 9 to renew the Sales Tax Holiday for 2017. Beginning Friday, August 4 and running through Sunday, August 6, families can take advantage of this unique tax-free weekend when purchasing select items.

 
 

06.21.17 - Hackett Announces Passage Of Senate Budget That Closes Fiscal Shortfall And Protects Essential Services

 

"During a difficult fiscal environment, we were able to close a historic budget deficit," said Senator Hackett. "This budget contains significant reforms to Medicaid spending, primary and secondary education, Ohio’s criminal justice system and tax reforms. With the passage of the state's two-year operating budget, we are exercising fiscal responsibility while maintaining essential state services and programs."

 
 

06.15.17 - Senate Passes Bill To Designate May 25 As National Missing Children's Day In Ohio

 

"A child gone missing is every parent’s worst nightmare turned into reality," said State Senator Bob Hackett (R-London), who sponsored the bill in the Ohio Senate. "We want to reassure families that we join them in their resolve to bring their child home, no matter how much time has passed. We owe it to these families to do all we can to inform the public and support efforts to find their missing children."

 
 
 
 
 

Senate District 10

 
Counties: Clark, Greene, Madison
 
 

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Senate Building
1 Capitol Square, Ground Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 466-3780
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Background

 
Hometown : London
Party : Republican