A Quick Guide on How to Contact Governor DeWine

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How to Contact Governor DeWine

All legislation starts with a problem, then a solution to the problem. A law usually starts as an opinion of a legislature, staff, lobbyist, or from an average citizen. Legislation survives or dies depending on several reasons. In this article, we will provide you with all the information you need to get in touch with Ohio , and a handy tool that you can use to easily contact your government representative.

How to Contact Governor Mike DeWine

Governor Mike DeWine can be contacted through traditional means such as phone, by post, or email. His office also has official Twitter accounts and the Governor has personal social media accounts as well. Here below are the contact details of Governor Mike DeWine:

Ohio Governor’s Office Contact
AddressRiffe Center, 30th Floor

77 South High St.

Columbus, OH, 43215

Phone Number614-644-4357
Social MediaFacebook


Personal Twitter



Governor Mike DeWine’s Biography

Richard Michael DeWine was born in 1947 in Yellow Springs, Ohio. He is a member of the Republican party and the 70th Governor of Ohio. Governor DeWine holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Miami University and a Juris Doctor from Ohio Northern University College of Law. The governor has had a long and illustrious career in government service. His experience includes:

  1. Greene County Prosecutor: 1977–1981
  2. Member of the Ohio Senate from the 10th district: January 2, 1981 – December 13, 1982
  3. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Ohio's 7th district: January 3, 1983 – January 3, 1991
  4. 59th Lieutenant Governor of Ohio: January 14, 1991 – November 12, 1994
  5. United States Senator from Ohio: January 3, 1995 – January 3, 2007
  6. 50th Attorney General of Ohio: January 10, 2011 – January 14, 2019

Gov. DeWine married his wife Frances in 1967. They have eight children and 26 grandchildren. Gov. DeWine is the son of Ohio Supreme Court Justice R. Patrick DeWine and a second cousin to former Ohio Republican Party Chairman Kevin DeWine.

Ohio Governor’s Duties and Responsibilities

The Governor position is part of the executive branch of Ohio’s state government. The governor is the chief executive officer of state government and the commander-in-chief of Ohio’s military forces. His duty includes enforcing state laws, either approving or vetoing bills passed by the Ohio State Legislature, convening the legislature, and granting pardons, except in cases of treason and impeachment. Other roles and responsibilities of the Ohio governor include:

  • Enforcing laws and mandating for written reports from any office’s head
  • Address the General Assembly annually and making recommendations
  • Convening the legislature on some occasions
  • Adjourning the legislature when the two chambers are disagreeing
  • Safekeeping of the "Great Seal of the State of Ohio"
  • Signing and sealing commissions granted on behalf of the state of Ohio
  • Appointing vacancies such as the Lieutenant Governor's office and all key state officers
  • Receiving an annual report from the department heads
  • Appointing for all other positions with the consent of the Senate

Tips for Contacting the Ohio Governor

In most cases, legislators are more than happy to entertain calls and emails from their constituents. It is the basic reason why they are elected: to represent in your best interests. When calling or emailing your government representative, a short statement about why you support or oppose a bill is often helpful. Here are some important pointers to remember when calling your state’s governor or senator:

  • Contact your legislator quickly via phone or email when you know that voting on an issue is imminent.
  • Develop a courteous relationship with the staff that is assigned to your issue.
  • Do not be discouraged even if your representative does not support your position as simply letting them know of your opinions can be an effective way to let them know how constituents feel.
  • Research the issue and, if you have the expertise, offer information that may help your legislator to decide regarding an issue.

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Reaching out to a legislator doesn’t come easy to most people. The thought of talking to a Senator over the phone or emailing a representative can be nerve-wracking. You can make use of scripts, but being spontaneous and personal can guarantee not being ignored. That is where DoNotPay can help. Our lawyer in an app bridges the communication gap between government representatives and their constituents by making it easy for them to contact a senator or governor. All you have to do is:

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