McColley Sworn in as Majority Floor Leader of Ohio Senate
COLUMBUS - State Senator Rob McColley (R-Napoleon) was sworn in as Majority Floor Leader of the Ohio Senate during opening day ceremonies this week at the Ohio Statehouse. The ceremony marked the beginning of the 135th General Assembly.
"It is a privilege to serve with so many great senators from across Ohio," said Leader McColley. "I am honored to have their trust and support to help lead the Ohio Senate along with Senate President Matt Huffman and the rest of the leadership team."
As Majority Floor Leader McColley will help lead Senate Republicans' by coordinating their positions on the issues and strategies.
Leader McColley will continue to represent the 1st Senate District, which includes Defiance, Hancock, Hardin, Henry, Fulton, Paulding, Putnam, Van Wert, and Williams counties, as well as part of Logan county.
The Senator previously represented the 81st Ohio House District as a State Representative, where he also served in House leadership as Assistant Majority Whip. Before that, he served in the Community Improvement Corporation of Henry County, where he oversaw economic development efforts for the county and worked to improve local workforce development efforts between manufacturers and schools in Henry and Williams counties.
Leader McColley is an attorney and lives in Napoleon with his wife, Denise, their daughter Anna, and their twin boys Matthew and Michael.
The opening ceremony can be viewed on OhioChannel.org. The 135th Ohio General Assembly will run through December 31, 2024.