It was an honor to nominate these 21 Ohio students for acceptance to the esteemed United States service academies. The students are recommended based on their academic performance, leadership skills, extracurricular involvement, and character. Read more here.
Renacci and 26 U.S. Congress members demand investigation after NewsChannel 5 finds high SNAP balances
I signed a letter along with 26 of my colleagues demanding an investigation into SNAP after it was revealed there were potential abuses in the program.
I was on Fox Business News to discuss my tax bills that passed the House to protect our taxpayers. Learn more by watching here.
I spoke on the House floor in support of the PATH Act, which also included my tax bills to protect taxpayers.
Congressman Renacci welcomes new Communications Director, Kelsey Knight to D.C. office
Accepting the 'Guardian of Seniors Rights' award
Thank you to 60 Plus Association for recognizing me with this award. I have spent the majority of my life championing seniors' rights, and I will continue to use my past work experiences to give seniors the quality of life they deserve.
Pray for victims and their loved ones
Our U.S. Capitol's flags were lowered to half-staff after the horrific Paris attacks. My thoughts and prayers continue to be with them as well as all victims of the tradgedies our nation has endured lately and their loved ones.
Timken Invests in NEO
Great to be a part of celebrating TimkenSteel's recent $200 million investment in our region.
Best in Show Winner
Congratulations to Rachel Sykes of Northwestern High School for winning Best in Show in Ohio's 16th District's Congressional Art Competition.
University of Akron visit
Impressed by all of the students at the University of Akron who came up with their own ideas on how to fix the Highway Trust Fund
When it comes to ID theft, I truly understand the impact that it has on taxpayers in across the country. I am pleased that this bipartisan legislation was approved by the Ways & Means Committee.
Are you worried about identity theft? It can happen to anyone. In fact, last tax season, my personal information was stolen. In 2014, a return was filed in my name and a refund was requested. The problem was it was not my return.
Last tax season, someone used my stolen personal information and filed a fraudulent tax return in my name, claiming a refund. I have heard similar stories from Americans who were also victims of identity theft. To curb this growing threat, I introduced the Stolen Identity Refund Fraud Prevention Act of 2015, and core components of this bill were signed into law at the end of last year.