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Michael A. Rulli
District 33

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Ohio Senate District 33

Senate Building
1 Capitol Square
1st Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 466-8285

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Did You Know?

Senator Rulli is the Director of Operations for the family owned, 100-year old Rulli Bros. Markets.

Senator Rulli was previously elected to the Leetonia School Board and is passionate about the education of our children.

In 2017, the Regional Chamber presented Senator Rulli with their annual Small Businessman of the Year award.


October 28, 2022

COLUMBUS-State Senator Michael Rulli (R-Salem) is pleased to announce the state has awarded $500,000 to Columbiana County in cleanup funds. The money will be used to tear down vacant or decaying buildings and clear the way for new economic development.

May 31, 2022

COLUMBUS-State Senator Michael Rulli (R-Salem) announced today he has secured funding for numerous key projects in the 33rd District. Rulli obtained $4,465,000 in funding for eleven projects in Mahoning County and $1,900,000 for seven projects in Columbiana County.

March 16, 2022

COLUMBUS - The Ohio Senate today passed SB 246, sponsored by State Senators Michael Rulli (R-Salem) and Senator Geogre Lang (R-West Chester.) This bill is designed to give tax relief to small businesses set up as S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs.

March 11, 2022

COLUMBUS-State Senators Michael Rulli (R-Salem) and Rob McColley (R-Napoleon) have introduced Senate Joint Resolution 4. The resolution seeks to invoke Article V of the U.S. Constitution, establishing a Convention of States designed to stop the federal government's abuse of power.

March 2, 2022

COLUMBUS- The Ohio Senate today approved a bi-partisan bill sponsored by State Senators Michael Rulli (R-Salem) and Kenny Yuko (D-Richmond Heights) to create an Office on Eastern European Affairs and a Commission on Eastern European Affairs. The Office and the Commission will educate the public on issues of concern to Ohioans of Eastern European origin, and advise the Governor, the General Assembly, and state agencies on these issues.

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