Representative Casey Weinstein has served in the legislature since 2018, with achievements including establishing the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Committee, securing additional monies for the Local Government Fund, co-authoring Madeline’s Law, and writing a bill which ensures Active Duty spouses have a clear path to maintain employment by honoring out of state licenses and certifications when stationed in Ohio.
With over a decade of experience as a leader and top performer in the information technology industry, Weinstein’s business acumen and perspective have helped Ohio attract good-paying 21st century jobs to our communities. From interning with Republican Congresswoman Heather Wilson in high school to serving on U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown’s Service Academy Nomination board, Rep. Weinstein knows the value of building bridges between parties, and of listening to the perspectives of all of the voters he represents to get the mission done.
A veteran of the U.S. Air Force, Rep. Weinstein served at Wright-Patterson AFB alongside his wife Amanda.