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Peggy Lehner Member of the Ohio Senate from the 6th district Incumbent Assumed office  January 11, 2011 Preceded by Jon Husted In office November 18, 2008-December 31, 2008 Preceded by Jeff Jacobson Succeeded by Jon Husted Member of the Ohio House of Representatives from the 37th district In office January 5, 2009-January 10, 2011 Preceded by Jon Husted Succeeded by Jim Butler Born August 5, 1950 (1950-08-05) (age 60) Cleveland, Ohio Political party Republican Residence Kettering, Ohio Alma mater St. Mary of the Woods College Profession Legislator Religion Catholic Peggy Lehner is a member of the Ohio Senate, serving since an appointment to the Sixth District in 2011. She formerly served in the Ohio House of Representatives from 2009-2011. She is the Chair of the Senate Education Committee. Contents 1 Career 2 Return to the Ohio Senate 3 Policies and initiatives 4 References 5 External links Career A graduate of St. Mary of the Woods College, Lehner was a three-term city councilwoman in Kettering, sat on the Ohio Ethics Commission from 1991 to 1997, served as a board member for the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority and has been active in efforts to address issues facing Dayton-area suburbs. While Lehner was originally elected to the Ohio House of Representatives in 2008, she came first to the Statehouse as a member of the Ohio Senate. In an unusual scenario, Senator Jeff Jacobson resigned his seat early, leaving a vacancy in an important lame duck session. Since Jacobson's elected successor Jon Husted was at that time serving as Speaker in the House of Representatives, he was unable to resign and take his new seat in the Senate. Therefore, Senate leadership appointed Lehner to temporarily take a seat in the Senate to fill out the remainder of Jacobson's term. Following a month-long tenure in the Senate, Lehner then began her term as in the House. With incumbent and Speaker of the House Husted unable to run due to term limits, Lehner was tabbed to run as his replacement.[1] She faced Democrat Andi Eveslage in the general election, and went on to win by 16,000 votes.[2] She easily won reelection in 2010. Return to the Ohio Senate Incumbent Senator Husted was elected as Ohio Secretary of State on November 2, 2010, and therefore must resign his current seat in the Ohio Senate. Lehner, who preceded Husted, was named as a potential successor once the seat had been vacated. Lehner was up against five other potential appointees, including Representative Seth Morgan. On December 13, 2010, it was announced that the Senate Republicans had decided to appoint Lehner to fill the remaining two years of Husted's term.[3] In a homecoming of sorts, Lehner was sworn in to the seat she previously held on January 11, 2011.[4] She currently is serving on the committees of Education (as Chair); Finance; Highways and Transportation; Judiciary-Criminal Justice; and State and Local Government and Veterans Affairs.[5] She is also serving on the Ohio Accountability Task Force. Policies and initiatives A proponent of S.B. 5, which looks to limit collective bargaining for public employees, Lehner voted to pass the bill. She has stated that she is in favor of finding new ways to evaluate teachers for student success.[6] Always a staunch opponent of abortion and abortion rights, Lehner sponsored successful legislation that bans late term abortions. The bill passed the Senate, and is currently being heard in the Ohio House of Representatives.[7] Lehner also supports a measure being sponsored by Lynn Wachtmann that bans abortion after the first detectable heartbeat.[8] References ^ Lehner a natural choice for House ^ Brunner, Jennifer 2008 general election results (2008-11-04) ^ Screening committee recommends Peggy Lehner to fill Husted Senate seat ^ Hershey, William (2011-01-11). "Lehner appointed to state Senate - Butler, Buchy appointed to Dayton-area House seats.". Dayton Daily News. Retrieved 2011-04-02.  ^ Lehner named committee chair ^ Bischoff, Laura (2011-04-01). "Bargaining bill details teacher evaluation plan". Dayton Daily News. Retrieved 2011-04-02.  ^ Siegel, Jim (2011-04-07). "Senate OKs abortion ban after 20 weeks". Columbus Dispatch. Retrieved 2011-04-08.  ^ Hershey, William (2011-04-14). "“Heartbeat” bill picks up support from Huckabee, Blackwell, Mandel and Chabot". Dayton Daily News. Retrieved 2011-04-14.  External links The Ohio Senate: Senator Peggy Lehner (R-Kettering) official site Peggy Lehner for Ohio campaign site The Ohio Ladies' Gallery: Sen. Peggy Lehner (R-Kettering) v · d · eMembers of the Ohio State Senate 129th General Assembly (2011-2012) President of the Senate: Tom Niehaus (R) • President pro Tempore: Keith Faber (R) • Majority Leader: Jimmy Stewart (R) • Minority Leader: Capri Cafaro (D)        Cliff Hite (R)    Mark Wagoner (R)    Kevin Bacon (R)    Gary Cates (R)    Bill Beagle (R)    Peggy Lehner (R)    Shannon Jones (R)    Bill Seitz (R)    Eric Kearney (D)    Chris Widener (R)    Edna Brown (D)    Keith Faber (R)    Gayle Manning (R)    Tom Niehaus (R)    Charleta Tavares (D)    Jim Hughes (R)    David T. Daniels (R)    Tim Grendell (R)    Kris Jordan (R)    Jimmy Stewart (R)    Shirley Smith (D)    Larry Obhof (R)    Mike Skindell (D)    Tom Patton (R)    Nina Turner (D)    Karen Gillmor (R)    Frank LaRose (R)    Tom Sawyer (D)    Scott Oelslager (R)    Jason Wilson (D)    Tim Schaffer (R)    Capri Cafaro (D)    Joe Schiavoni (D)    Republican (23) •    Democratic (10) • Ohio House of Representatives • Ohio State Senate Persondata Name Lehner, Peggy Alternative names Short description Date of birth August 5, 1950 Place of birth Cleveland, Ohio Date of death Place of death