John Dyce

John Dyce is a candidate for the 5th district of the Ohio House of Representatives. He currently lives in Hanoverton, Ohio with his wife Sally; John has two children and three grandchildren. John’s life achievements and involvements have centered on public service and helping to advocate for working families. John served in the U.S. Navy from 1969 to 1973 and is a retired letter carrier with the United States Postal Service. His involvement with United States Postal Service has continued as he currently serves as the President of the Ohio State Association of Letter Carriers for the state of Ohio. John’s has continued his work as a public servant by serving on the board of the Youngstown United Way where he reviews and develops agency programming, a representative of the Workforce Investment Board for Columbiana and Mahoning Counties, the 5th Vice President of the Greater Stark County Labor Council, and as a representative from Columbiana County.

John is a strong advocate for the rights of labor. When Governor Kasich signed Senate Bill 5 in 2011, John was at the state capitol demonstrating and protesting the Governor’s attempt to cut labor rights. After the bill was signed, he assisted with the successful campaign to repeal the legislation through a referendum. John believes in investing in the community including infrastructure, combating Ohio’s drug problem, and focusing on education. John’s background in labor makes him fit to help spark job growth in Ohio, specifically by utilizing natural resources.

John will be an upstanding representative for Columbiana County because he has experience working with officials at all levels of government. In John’s words, “”I have spent my entire life advocating for working men and women and fighting to make our communities stronger,”. He knows what responsible government looks like, and he has skills in workforce development that will increase job growth in Columbiana County.