Cirino Sworn into Ohio Senate for 135th General Assembly
COLUMBUS - State Senator Jerry C. Cirino (R-Kirtland) was sworn into the Ohio Senate during opening day ceremonies today at the Ohio Statehouse. The ceremony marked the beginning of the 135th General Assembly.
"I am honored to serve the people of this great state," Cirino said. "I look forward to working with my colleagues in the Ohio Senate to continue to advance a conservative agenda for the state of Ohio."
Cirino will continue to serve as State Senator for the 18th Senate District, representing the people of Lake County and a portion of Cuyahoga County.
In addition to his public service, Cirino has previously served as chairman of the board of trustees of Lakeland Community College and was a board member of Lake Heath Systems and Lake Erie College. Additionally, he continues to serve on boards of numerous companies and not-for-profit organizations. Cirinio is also the co-founder of MyBoard Advisors, a consulting firm serving the needs of small businesses.
Senator Cirino and his wife, Donna, have lived in Lake County for more than 40 years, where they raised their nine children. They now have 34 grandchildren, most of whom reside in Lake County.
The opening ceremony can be viewed on OhioChannel.org. The 135th Ohio General Assembly will run through December 31, 2024.