Lehner and Beagle honor Ethan Conley and his family
Lehner and Beagle honor Ethan Conley and his family
 Peggy Lehner is sworn in as state Senator for the 6th Ohio Senate District. Administering the oath of office is Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWIne.
Peggy Lehner is sworn in as state Senator for the 6th Ohio Senate District. Administering the oath of office is Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWIne.
 Senator Lehner joins Ohio Gov. John Kasich as he signs the school grading formula overhaul approved by Lehner's Education Committee.
Senator Lehner joins Ohio Gov. John Kasich as he signs the school grading formula overhaul approved by Lehner's Education Committee.
Senator Lehner testifies on legislation before a Senate committee.
Senator Lehner testifies on legislation before a Senate committee.
 Senator Lehner joins Governor Kasich and other legislators for the signing of House Bill 78, which bans post-viability abortions in Ohio
Senator Lehner joins Governor Kasich and other legislators for the signing of House Bill 78, which bans post-viability abortions in Ohio
 Senators Jones, Lehner, and Manning prepare for Senate Session to convene.
Senators Jones, Lehner, and Manning prepare for Senate Session to convene.
Senator Lehner offers sponsor testimony on legislation that address E-waste disposal in Ohio.
Senator Lehner offers sponsor testimony on legislation that address E-waste disposal in Ohio.
 The Senator addresses reports regarding funding for the Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care for Ohio.
The Senator addresses reports regarding funding for the Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care for Ohio.
 
 

Peggy Lehner is currently serving her first full term as the State Senator for the 6th Ohio Senate District, representing portions of Montgomery County. Lehner is no stranger to public service, having served one term in the Ohio House of Representatives as well as 10 years as a member of Kettering City Council. Prior to serving on City Council, Senator Lehner served on the Ohio Ethics Commission, serving two terms as the Commission Chair. 

 
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Senator Peggy Lehner discusses the recommendations of the Ohio Senate's School Testing Advisory Committee,
Senator Lehner discusses education standards, calamity days, and more on this episode of Caucus Conversation

08.06.15 - Lehner Previews Ohio's First Sales Tax Holiday

 

“Ohio's first-ever Sales Tax Holiday is a helpful tool for easing the financial burden on parents and students heading into the new school year," said Lehner, a cosponsor of the legislation that established the Sales Tax Holiday. 

 
 

06.24.15 - Lehner Announces Senate Passage Of Bill To Save Lives Of Pain-Capable Unborn Children

 
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"Ohio has gone to great lengths to make sure convicted criminals don't suffer unnecessary pain during executions. It would seem that the very least we can do for a defenseless, innocent baby is to afford them the same right."

 
 

06.18.15 - Lehner Touts Significant Investment In Education, $1.75 Billion Tax Cut

 

"This budget makes a tremendous investment in Ohio," said Lehner. "By cutting taxes for families and small businesses and increasing funding for our K-12 schools by nearly $1 billion, we are sending a message that Ohio is a state of unlimited opportunity and potential."

 

 
 

06.18.15 - Lehner Recognizes Englewood Student's Advocacy Work For Dayton Children's Hospital

 

"We are all inspired by Ethan's remarkable story of survival," said Lehner. "This young man has overcome a tremendous obstacle and used his experience to raise awareness about the threat of viral myositis."

 
 
 
 
 

Senate District 6

 
Counties: Montgomery (part)
 
 

Contact Senator Lehner

 
Senate Building
1 Capitol Square, Ground Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 466-4538
Email Senator Lehner
 

Background

 
Hometown : Kettering
Party : Republican
Elected Experience :

State Senator since 2011, 2009; State Representative,
2009-2011; Kettering City Council, 1998-2008


Current Term : Expires December 2016 / Eligible to run for another four-year term