|Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Ohio's 12th district
January 3, 2001
|Preceded by||John Kasich|
|Member of the Ohio House of Representatives
from the 26th district
January 3, 1993 – December 31, 2000
|Preceded by||Constituency established|
|Succeeded by||Linda Reidelbach|
October 21, 1962 |
Columbus, Ohio, U.S.
|Education||Ohio State University (BA)|
Patrick Joseph Tiberi // (born October 21, 1962) has served as U.S. Representative for Ohio's 12th congressional district since 2001; the district includes communities north and east of Columbus. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously served in the Ohio House of Representatives.
- 1 Early life, education and career
- 2 U.S. House of Representatives
- 2.1 Policy positions
- 2.2 Oversight of the executive branch
- 2.3 Constituent engagement
- 2.4 Committee assignments
- 2.5 Congressional Caucus Membership
- 3 Legislation
- 4 Political campaigns
- 5 Electoral history
- 6 Italian knighthood
- 7 References
- 8 External links
Early life, education and career
The son of Italian immigrants, Tiberi was born in Columbus and attended the city's Woodward Park Middle school, then Northland High School. Tiberi attended The Ohio State University where he was a member of The Ohio State University Marching Band. He graduated from The Ohio State University in 1985 with a degree in journalism and was the first in his family to graduate from college. He was later awarded an honorary doctorate in the Humanities by Capital University in May 2005.
Upon graduation from college, Tiberi worked as a realtor for RE/MAX Achievers, a franchise of RE/MAX, located in Lewis Center, Ohio. He was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives in 1993, and he soon rose to the position of House Majority Leader.
U.S. House of Representatives
Tiberi has authored legislation that made it easier for returning military veterans to receive federal jobs and provided for more federal assistance to caregivers of incapacitated adults. Both of the bills were passed in 2006.
Tiberi voted against the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, saying the bill was "loaded with Nancy Pelosi's grab bag of big spending wishes." Following passage of the bill, Tiberi wrote a letter to United States Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack in an effort to bring stimulus money to his district.
Tiberi has been described as loyal to former House Speaker John Boehner. When Boehner resigned his speakership and was replaced by Paul Ryan, Tiberi sought to replace Ryan as the chairperson of the House Ways and Means committee. The steering committee selected representative Kevin Brady over Tiberi to chair the committee. Speaker Ryan controlled 5 of the votes and reportedly supported Brady's bid.
Affordable Care Act
Tiberi has been critical of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and has expressed agreement with House Speaker Paul Ryan's framework to replace it. On February 17, 2017, Tiberi commented to the Ripon Society that his plan to change the ACA is more complex than a single piece of legislation. It involves relying on the regulatory power of Tom Price as HHS Secretary, the Budget Reconciliation process, and bi-partisan legislation. His comments also suggested that he no longer thinks a full repeal of the ACA is necessary. He said "it’s not just about repealing. Maybe it’s about modifying some provisions of the Affordable Care Act." The conservative Club for Growth ran a television ad criticizing the congressman for his positions on healthcare. The ad accuses Tiberi of blocking President Trump's efforts to repeal the ACA. Tiberi refused to hold townhall meetings to discuss healthcare policy during the February and Easter 2017 congressional recesses.
Tiberi's proposed replacement of the ACA would defund the Medicaid expansion. This position is opposed by his seat's predecessor and Ohio Governor, John Kasich, who has called eliminating Medicaid coverage for 700,000 Ohioans "a very, very bad idea, because we cannot turn our back on the most vulnerable." The cuts to Medicaid is estimated to cost Ohio between $16-18 billion and would cut services to children in special education.
The ACA prevents health insurance companies from both denying coverage and increasing premiums for individuals on the basis of pre-existing medical conditions. Tiberi co-sponsored legislation with Rep. Greg Walden to prevent this practice in the event that the ACA is repealed. According to Joseph Antos of the American Enterprise Institute, this policy would be difficult to pair with a repeal of the ACA. This is because without the individual mandate of the ACA, persons with pre-existing conditions would make up a disproportionate amount of the insured pool and drive up insurance premiums. Additionally, an amendment to the AHCA would allow states to waive the requirement that insurers not charge those with pre-existing conditions higher premiums.
As part of the repeal, Tiberi has considered taxing some health benefits provided by employers.
American Health Care Act
Tiberi supported the AHCA bill that would partially repeal and replace the ACA through the budget reconciliation process. Among other things, it replaces the individual mandate with a surcharge for those who have a lapse in insurance coverage, substitutes means-tested subsidies for insurance premiums with fixed refundable tax credits tied to age, and repeals taxes on those making over $250,000. For an earlier version of the bill, the Congressional Budget Office has estimated that these provisions, together with the cuts to Medicaid and the elimination of its expansion, would have led to a loss of insurance for 24 million. An analysis of the CBO report by The Center for American Progress estimates that 39,500 of those who will lose insurance would come from the congressman's own district. Tiberi has praised the CBO report.
The legislation was privately constructed before it was debated by Ways and Means and the Energy and Commerce committees. After 18 hours of debate, Tiberi voted the legislation out of the Ways and Means Committee at 4:30 am on March 9, 2017. The initial version of the bill was not brought to the House floor for a vote.
Tiberi voted for an amended version of the bill that passed the House on May 4, 2017. The amended version exempts congress from the elimination of essential health benefit protections for the general public. The vote occurred less than 24 hours after the final version was publicly available and before the CBO was able to analyze its cost and consequences. Following the vote, Congressional Republicans celebrated the vote with President Trump in the Rose Garden, but Tiberi was not in attendance. The CBO analysis of the final version Tiberi voted for concluded that the legislation would cause 23 million would be left without health insurance, including 1 million Ohioans.
Tiberi voted to repeal Internet privacy rules established by the FCC. The repeal of the rule was done using the Congressional Review Act. The rule would have allowed ISPs to sell customers' private browsing information only if they consented to such use. Tiberi's only public statement on the issue was a tweet to an opinion article on Forbes' website. A YouGov poll showed that 71% of Americans disapproved of the repeal, while 12% supported it.
Tiberi voted to eliminate rules in the Fair Labor Standards Act that required time-and-a-half compensation for working overtime. The legislation allows employers to instead compensate overtime work with time off.
Then-chairman of the Select Education Subcommittee, Pat Tiberi wrote the bill that reauthorized the Older Americans Act through fiscal year 2011. This bill provides most of the funding for social services and nutritional programs for the nation's seniors. Pat Tiberi received an 86 from the Retire Safe-Positions and a 10 from Alliance for Retired Americans-Lifetime Score. Congressman Tiberi has introduced other legislation to improve care for older Americans including writing and sponsoring The Older Americans Act Amendments of 2006. Pat Tiberi supports a full repeal of Obamacare under the statement that "government has no place in getting between a patient's relationship with their doctor."
Pat Tiberi supports reform to the No Child Left Behind bill. He has introduced legislation to improve local flexibility by allowing some school districts to go to the Secretary of Education and present their own plan for the allocation of Title 1 federal funding for approval. This amendment was signed into law in 2002. During the 109th Congress, Congressman Tiberi served as the Chair the Education and Workforce Subcommittee on Select Education—a subcommittee with jurisdiction over issues related to international and graduate education programs. The Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)-Positions rated Congressman Tiberi at 50%.
During his first Congressional campaign, Tiberi made the campaign promise to make government more accountable to citizens. During the 110th Congress he supported proposed reforms to make earmarks, lines inserted into a bill that direct money to a member of Congress, more transparent. Congressman Tiberi's goal is to introduce reform to give the president the authority to rid congressional bill of unrelated spending in bills. Congressman Tiberi also wants to bring reform through a searchable database that would include an assessment of every piece of federal funding and the Education Oversight Subcommittee that he was appointed Vice-Chairman to in his first year in Congress. Citizens Against Government Waste-Positions gave Pat Tiberi a 78% rating.
Oversight of the executive branch
Tiberi spoke at a Ripon Society forum and addressed the IRS targeting controversy and tax reform. Tiberi said the IRS is one of the worst scandals he has seen in American history, stating that "...it's not like any other. It has Democrats, non-political independents, business owners, other individuals and people who don’t pay attention to government, kind of on their toes, because they know it can happen to them." The Congressman went on to say that the only way out was to show bipartisan partnership among the Administration in order to "...get this scandal off the front page [and] working with Republicans to get comprehensive tax reform done in a way that simplifies our code."
Tiberi voted against an amendment by Rep. Bill Pascrell before the Ways and Means committee to request President Trump's federal income tax returns. He opposed the amendment as politically motivated and inviting a slippery slope. He said that Trump says "he will release them, and I encourage him to do so."
Department of Justice
Tiberi said that President Trump's firing of James Comey as the director of the FBI raises "many questions" amidst their investigation over Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election. Tiberi does not support the appointment of a special prosector to oversee the investigation. He would if the relevant congressional subcommittees recommended it.
Tiberi has said he believes town halls are "not productive" and are "shouting matches". As a congressman, he has previously held town hall meetings, including one for Tea Party members of Newark in August 2011 and one on Iran in September 2015.
When asked by the Dispatch editorial board if he would hold "a public, in-person town-hall meeting to answer questions from your constituents", Tiberi reiterated his opposition to town halls. He suggested without evidence that his constituents' demand for one was tied to something "cookie-cutter coming out of two Democrat staffers that are trying to fire up a base."
During the congressional recess of February 2017, Tiberi did not hold a town hall meeting to discuss healthcare reform with his constituents, but met in private with small groups. Prior to the recess, a constituent petition for a town hall with Tiberi surpassed 1500 signatures. Over 200 small group meetings would be necessary to meet the demand of signatories alone. Given Tiberi's refusal to hold a town hall, constituents organized their own for February 22, 2017, and invited the congressman. Instead of attending the town hall, Tiberi delivered the keynote speech for a Knox County Republican Party fundraiser.
Tiberi does not represent Knox County as it is in Ohio's 7th congressional district. He joined many of his Republican congressmen in refusing to schedule town halls over the February 2017 recess. Tiberi maintains that he is both "the most accessible Congressman [his constituents have] ever had" and "one of the most accessible members of Congress." Tiberi's claim has been questioned given that his colleague Representative Joyce Beatty appeared at a town hall the previous night whereas he failed to appear at a citizen-led event. Tiberi, following a majority of his Republican colleagues in the House, did not hold a public meeting with constituents during the May 2017 recess,[needs update] instead he joined Speaker Paul Ryan at a roundtable with businessmen and a Republican fundraiser at the home of Les Wexner.
One of Tiberi's claims in communications to his constituents about the Affordable Care Act was cited as an example of false claims lawmakers made about the healthcare law. The analysis was conducted by the publications Vox.com, ProPublica, Kaiser Health News, and Stat. Tiberi claimed that "in Ohio, almost one third of counties will have only one insurer participating in the exchange." The analysis concluded that this was true of 23% of counties in Ohio.
- Committee on Ways and Means
- Joint Economic Committee (Chairperson)
Congressional Caucus Membership
Tiberi introduced a bill with Rep. Ron Kind (D-WI) that gives a tax credit to law enforcement officers for any income they earn doing substitute teaching. Tiberi and Kind introduced the bill as one way to add security to schools. The bill was introduced in Washington, D.C. on April 12.
On April 10, 2014, Tiberi introduced the America's Small Business Tax Relief Act of 2014 (H.R. 4457; 113th Congress), a bill that would amend section 179 of the Internal Revenue Code, which mostly affects small- to medium-sized businesses, to retroactively and permanently extend from January 1, 2014, increased the cap on the amount of investment that can be immediately deducted from taxable income. The bill would return the tax code to its 2013 status and make the change permanent.
In 2000, Tiberi ran for and won the House seat that was vacated by nine-term incumbent and Chairman of the House Budget Committee John Kasich, who retired to work as a consultant for Lehman Brothers. He only won by nine points in a district that had long been considered to be far friendlier to the Democrats than the neighboring 15th, despite Kasich's long tenure. However, Tiberi hasn't faced a close race since, in part because his district was redrawn after the 2000 census. In 2006, Tiberi won reelection after defeating former Democratic Congressman Bob Shamansky.
Tiberi defeated Democrat David Robinson.
Tiberi defeated Democratic nominee Franklin County Commissioner Paula Brooks in the general election.
Tiberi defeated Democratic nominee James Reese and Green party nominee Robert Fitrakis in the general election.
Tiberi defeated Democratic nominee Ed Albertson and Green party nominee Joe Manchik in the general election.
Tiberi announced that he would not seek the Republican Party's nomination for the Senate. He had been considering a run and his large fundraising haul had fueled speculation of his entrance into the race.
|2000||U.S. House of Representatives||General||Pat Tiberi||Republican||139,242||52.87%||Maryellen O'Shaughnessy||Democratic||115,432||43.83%||Nick Hogan||Libertarian||4,546||1.73%||Gregory B. Richey||Natural Law||2,600||0.99%||*|
|2002||U.S. House of Representatives||General||Pat Tiberi||Republican||116,982||64.39%||Edward S. Brown||Democratic||64,707||35.61%|
|2004||U.S. House of Representatives||General||Pat Tiberi||Republican||198,912||61.96%||Edward S. Brown||Democratic||122,109||38.04%||*|
|2006||U.S. House of Representatives||General||Pat Tiberi||Republican||145,943||57.30%||Bob Shamansky||Democratic||108,746||42.70%|
|2008||U.S. House of Representatives||General||Pat Tiberi||Republican||197,408||54.79%||David Robinson||Democratic||152,211||42.24%||Steve Linnabary||Libertarian||10,705||2.97%|
|2010||U.S. House of Representatives||General||Pat Tiberi||Republican||150,163||55.79%||Paula Brooks||Democratic||110,307||40.98%||Travis Irvine||Libertarian||8,710||3.24%|
|2012||U.S. House of Representatives||General||Pat Tiberi||Republican||233,869||63.47%||Jim Reese||Democratic||134,605||36.53%|
|2014||U.S. House of Representatives||General||Pat Tiberi||Republican||150,573||68.11%||David Tibbs||Democratic||61,360||27.76%||Bob Hart||Green||9,148||4.14%|
|2016||U.S. House of Representatives||General||Pat Tiberi||Republican||251,266||66.56%||Ed Albertson||Democratic||112,638||29.84%||Joe Manchik||Green||13,474||3.57%||*|
*Write-in and minor candidate notes: In 2000, Charles Ed Jordan received 1,556 votes (0.60%). In 2004, Chuck Spingola received 25 votes. In 2016, John J. Baumeister received 156 votes.
Tiberi received the title of Knight, which was conferred by the Italian ambassador to the United States Claudio Bisogniero, in the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic in May 2013. The Order of Merit of the Italian Republic (Italian: Ordine al merito della Repubblica Italiana) was founded as the senior order of knighthood by the second President of the Italian Republic, Luigi Einaudi in 1951.
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from Ohio's 12th congressional district
|Chair of the Joint Economic Committee
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