(1-31-22) State Representative Susan Manchester (R-Waynesfield) has filed for re-election in the new 86th House District, which covers Allen County and the northern part of Auglaize County.

Representative Manchester is running for her third term in the Ohio House. She currently serves as the Chair of the House Committee on Families, Aging, and Human Services where she has advanced and championed legislation that protects children and families in our state. 

Manchester, an A-Rated NRA member with a 100% pro-life voting record, said in her third term she will continue her focus on passing conservative public policy that limits government and promotes freedom and personal responsibility. 

“It’s a tremendous honor to be trusted by the people of our district to serve, especially in tumultuous times like we’re in. Standing up against state government overreach and fighting for individual liberty has made a real difference.” 

The bill she supported to limit health orders gave schools, churches, businesses, and everyday Ohioans some needed relief from additional mask and vaccine mandates.

Her votes for bold conservative legislation, including the Heartbeat Bill and Constitutional Carry, led to groundbreaking changes in Ohio law that few expected were possible a short time ago.

“It certainly takes more than cheap talk to get good legislation passed into law. It takes dedication to get the job done. But that is my commitment to the voters of Allen and Auglaize County, to continue to put forth the hard work needed to make the changes we deserve.”