|Member of the Ohio House of Representatives
from the 20th district
|Preceded by||Nancy Garland|
|Alma mater||Franklin University|
|Occupation||Finance/U.S. Army (retired)|
Heather Bishoff is a Democratic member of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 20th district. She was elected in 2012, defeating Republican Nathan Burd with 59.28% of the vote. Previously she defeated Marco Miller to win the Democratic primary. Bishoff has served on the Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education, has founded a financial company with her husband and is a veteran of the US Army.
Ohio House of Representatives
Heather Bishoff has been a part of the 130th and 131st Ohio General Assembly and was elected to the 132nd on November 8, 2016. During her tenure, she has served on the Armed Services, Veterans Affairs, and Public Safety Committee as well as the Health and Aging Committee. During the 131st General Assembly, she was named as a Ranking Member on the House Insurance Committee because of her experience in the financial industry.
Bishoff has been the sponsor of several bills throughout her terms. Most notably, House Bill 229, which was passed by both the House and Senate and signed off by the governor in June 2016, allows Ohio families to create their own private trust companies so they can manage their own trust's investments.
|Democratic||Heather Bishoff (inc.)||27,626||53.4|
|Democratic||Heather Bishoff (inc.)||16,436||57.2|
|Independent||Carol J. McKenna||6,413||27.3|
|Independent||Mark V. Shaffer||3,120||13.3|
- "Representative Heather Bishoff (D)". Ohio House of Representatives. Retrieved 28 July 2013.
- Siegel, Jim (7 November 2012). "Democrats hold ground in Ohio House". The Columbus Dispatch. Retrieved 28 July 2013.
- "2012 Elections Results". Ohio Secretary of State Homepage - Election Results. Retrieved 2 October 2014.
- Siegel, Jim (7 March 2012). "Bishoff wins new 20th Ohio House district". The Columbus Dispatch. Retrieved 28 July 2013.