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Jim Renacci
Father | Husband | Former Mayor | Volunteer Firefighter | Businessman | Former US Congressman | 2018 Republican Nominee for US Senate
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Jim Renacci May 24
Attended a charity golf outing with my Sigma Nu Fraternity Brothers Jim Dorney, Tom Intili, Greg Schockling, Jim Renacci and James M Hanulik at Monongahela Country Club today ....friends for life.....
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Jim Renacci May 24
Bad, misleading headline. Thankfully, leaders like get it. This bill gets government out of the way and creates a level playing field. Energy mandates have been a huge failure. This is what's best for Ohio.
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Jim Renacci May 23
Mechanics, electricians and all sorts of skilled professionals are the backbone of America. Students and families should be able to use 529 savings for registered apprenticeship programs. Washington needs to get this done!
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Jim Renacci May 22
The Democrats are lost. Talking down to voters who see fighting for them by telling them they've been betrayed stinks of elitism. The working class won't buy the lies. The president is for the people and he has the results to prove it.
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Jim Renacci May 21
People don't care about the President's tax returns? Maybe someone should alert the Democrats so they can stop contorting the law and get focused on issues that matter.
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Jim Renacci May 21
Sobering numbers. Especially considering Ohio ranks 7th in the nation in opportunity. Ohio has been tripping over itself with bad policies for years. The old ways won't work anymore. We need ideas. We need results!
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Jim Renacci May 20
Another great Ohio's Future Foundation event with Senator Lou Terhar, Union Township Trustee John McGraw and Cincinnati City Councilwoman Amy Murray discussing State budget and impact on Southwest Ohio.
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Jim Renacci May 20
I was honored to be the guest speaker tonight at the Clermont County for Trump event.
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Jim Renacci May 20
Elitists will never understand the appeal of to the "white working-class," so let me spell it out. He's a brawler. He's punching hard at China. He's securing the border. And he's hasn't forgotten the people who have been left behind. MAGA!
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Jim Renacci May 18
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Jim Renacci May 18
Country Music fans....we are here .....yes I am a Country music fan.....Brett Young tonight.
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Jim Renacci May 17
At the Bluebird Cafe with my family celebrating the twins birthday......
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Jim Renacci May 17
. was elected by working class America to represent them. He is doing just that! Our President wins the tough fights for hard-working Americans. Time for Congress to ratify .
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Jim Renacci May 16
Ohio has a big problem. It's hard to overstate the urgency of sweeping changes to make Ohio a destination for businesses and families alike. There's still time to reverse course, but time is running out.
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Jim Renacci May 14
Speaking at the Jackson Township Rotary about Ohio's Future Foundation
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Jim Renacci May 14
Politicians dictating the market's behavior is just bad policy. Ohio needs energy diversification and a level playing field for all sources of power.
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Jim Renacci May 13
Even though Ohio tax revenues are increasing, it still won't be enough to match the proposed spending. Ohio needs to be fiscally responsible and spend based on trends, not hope.
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Jim Renacci May 10
Traveling the state these past few months, I share this confidence that Ohio is Trump Country! But we take nothing for granted. @realdDonaldTrump supporters are going to fight for him so he can keep fighting for America.
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Jim Renacci May 9
Apprehensions have broken a 10-year record. The system is strained. We can't let it break! ’s Democrats must put country before party by supporting stronger consequences for illegal crossings.
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Jim Renacci May 7
Ohio has a lot to learn about how to strengthen vocational education. German-style apprenticeships could be part of the solution. Students need options and Ohio needs to deliver. Looking forward to talking about this tomorrow at 7:30pm with .
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