Steve Stivers

Rep. King has shown outright support for white nationalist views over the past several months.
“We must stand up to white supremacy and hate in all forms, and I strongly condemn this behavior," said Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Ohio).
Trump headlined a Saturday rally for Troy Balderson ahead of a closely watched Tuesday House election.
"I would be willing to 'shut down' government if the Democrats do not give us the votes for Border Security," he tweeted.
The partisan redistricting of 2011 "makes a difference," said Rep. Steve Stivers.
Reminder: Trump lost the popular vote and is not popular.
"It's almost too difficult to believe that you'd have a member of Congress looking to carry water for the payday loan industry
When I worked as an outreach case manager in Los Angeles, nothing was more heartbreaking than when I would have to turn a homeless family away because U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development didn't feel the family was "homeless enough."
Stivers represents Ohio's 15th District. Below, more live updates on the 2014 midterm elections: Republican Rep. Steve Stivers
Children don't vote. They rely on us to protect them. The ones who are the most vulnerable, those who are homeless and at risk of being prostituted, need us more than ever.
Former member of Congress Anthony Weiner embarrassingly admitted in July 2013 that he had been caught sexting for a second
"It is an amazing turn of events that the legislature decided not to dismantle the district I represent," said Kucinich in
Both Stivers and Rep. Patrick Tiberi (R) are expected to benefit from the redistricting, since Democratic areas that currently
"It is an economic and a moral issue, so anytime you can kill two birds with one stone, we ought to do that," King said. "And
Steve Stivers' campaign is being bankrolled by organizations that have waged a ten year crusade to destroy Social Security.
The Democrats are fighting back on the GOP's stimulus criticism. The majority party is no longer content just to let the
In Ohio, we have one of the few House races that is still too close to call. Progressive champion Mary Jo Kilroy is currently down only 146 votes to Republican Steve Stivers.