Chris Monzel for State Representative
“Common Sense Solutions for a Better Ohio”
Public service has always been a core belief and calling for Chris Monzel. Chris has served as a multi-term Hamilton County Commissioner and City Councilman. Chris now looks forward to the challenge of taking his extensive local experience to the Ohio Statehouse in the pursuit of the goals of his fellow citizens of Ohio’s 28th District. As an elected official, Chris Monzel has been recognized as one of the leading conservative voices in Hamilton County and SW Ohio. He looks forward to proudly representing the people of the 28th House District, which includes the Communities of Blue Ash, Deer Park, Evendale, Forest Park, Glendale, Green Hills, Madeira, Montgomery, Reading, Sharonville, and Springdale, Springfield and Sycamore Townships.
While an elected official, Chris has focused on improving our economy and creating opportunities for economic growth. A strong advocate of fiscal responsibility, smaller government, and lower taxes, Chris has been at the vanguard of prudent public investment in infrastructure and institutions, including his initiative to successfully save the Hamilton County Museum Center. Chris has consistently fought to require performance audits and reviews of government and agency’s spending, while fighting for significant overhauls to governmental regulations, getting rid of the red tape that gets in the way of effective government and business growth.
Creating Jobs for Ohio
Chris Monzel has led the effort to improve our local economy, voting to hold the line on taxes by Millions of Dollars and by restraining or eliminating the job-killing regulations and red tape at the County level. These changes helped pave the way for Hamilton County’s economic rebound while County Commissioner.
Improving Our Schools
Our children deserve a top-notch education. That’s why Chris Monzel will fight to improve our schools and why he looks forward to working collaboratively with districts to lessen state red tape and interference while working to increase funding to our local school districts.
Keeping Families Safe
Protecting Our Families
Chris Monzel has led the charge to prevent heroin abuse and drug overdoses in Hamilton County while Commissioner. He has worked closely with local law enforcement, co-sponsoring the local heroin task force and other major initiatives.
“We need leaders like Chris Monzel. He understands the importance of partnering with state government to meet our citizens’ needs at the local level.”
Chris Monzel is widely recognized as one of the most effective legislators in Ohio. Newspapers have endorsed Chris in prior elections and described him as instrumental in passing key initiatives and as a lawmaker with a willingness to work across party lines.
Elected Officials and Leaders from the 28th District and across Hamilton County agree that CHRIS MONZEL is the right choice for the 28th District! Chris has been endorsed by the following leaders in your community and looks forward to you joining them toda
Ohio State Senators
Honorable Bill Blessing (8th Ohio Senate District) and Honorable Steve Wilson (7th Ohio Senate District)
Ohio State Representatives
Honorable Cindi Abrams (29th House District), Honorable Tom Brinkman (27th House District) and Honorable Bill Seitz (30th House District)
Cincinnati Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #69
Mayor Marc Sirkin, Vice Mayor Pramod “PJ” Jhaveri Councilmembers Jeff Capell, Lee Czerwonka
Mayor John Donnellon, Councilmembers Charles Tassell, Dan Lehane, Shaughn Daily, Tom Camp, Mike Rapp, Lori Newsom; Auditor John Applegate, Treasurer Angie Chachoff
Mayor Dick Finan, Vice Mayor Jeff Albrinck
Vice-Mayor Mike Besl, Councilmember Marilyn Duke, Will Kreidler Former Vice-Mayor & current State School Board of Education member Jenny Kilgore, Former Mayor Ralph Hoop
Mayor David Moore, Councilmember Maria Waltherr-Willard
Former Mayors Ken Born, Maryann Christie, Michelle Schneider, Councilmembers Doug Moorman, Chris Hilberg, Traci Theis (former Mayor)
Mayor Chris Dobrozsi, Vice Mayor Craig Margolis Councilmember Lee Ann Bissmeyer, Councilmember and Former Mayor Ken Suer
Mayor Bo Bemmes, Council President Cris Nesbitt, Councilmembers Bob Ashbrock, Tony Gertz, Dennis Albrinck, Randy Fischesser and Dave Powell City Treasurer Melvin Gertz
Trustees Tom Weidman, Jim LaBarbara, Tom James, former Trustee Denny Connor, Cliff Bishop
Mayor Kevin Hardman, Council President Vicki Hoppe, Councilmember David Koch, Shayok Dutta, Sue Knight, Paul Schmidt, Rob Tankersley, Mike Wilson, and Charles Lippert, Auditor Ed Cunningham, former Mayor Virgil Lovitt
Mayor Doyle Webster
Trustees Joe Honerlaw, Kristie Dukes-Davis
Phone: (513) 484-6408
Fax: (513) 779-0896
P.O. Box 62639
Cincinnati, Ohio 45262