Congressman Bob Gibbs

Representing the 7th District of Ohio


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March 7, 2012 Press Release
Congressmen Bob Gibbs (R-Lakeville), Jim Jordan (R-Urbana), and Patrick J. Tiberi (R-Galena) issued the following statement on Tuesday’s force structure announcement by the Air Force calling for a reduction of more than 800 positions at the Ohio Air National Guard’s 179th Airlift Wing in Mansfield:
February 29, 2012 Press Release
Representative Bob Gibbs is pleased to announce that his office will begin taking submissions for the 2012 Congressional Art Competition. The winning artwork will be displayed for a year in the U.S. Capitol.
February 19, 2012 Press Release
Read my op-ed for The Hill about the American Energy & Infrastructure Jobs Act
January 24, 2012 Press Release
Congressman Bob Gibbs (R-OH) released the following statement in response to President Obama’s State of the Union Address:
January 19, 2012 Press Release
Congressman Bob Gibbs (OH-18) has announced the 11 students from the 18th District of Ohio received his nomination for appointments to the U.S. Service Academies:
January 18, 2012 Press Release
Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement today regarding the Obama Administration’s announcement that it will reject the Keystone XL pipeline. The announcement comes the day after President Obama’s jobs council called for an “all-in approach” to energy policy that includes expanded oil-and-gas drilling as well as expediting energy projects like pipelines.*
January 5, 2012 Washington Does Not Like Me Very Much
It has now been one year since I was sent to Washington to fix a broken process and get our economy moving again. But one year later, I am still as frustrated as ever with the way Washington manages to get in the way of our economy.
December 23, 2011 Press Release
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Bob Gibbs (R-OH) issued the following statement after the House passed a 60-day extension of the payroll tax reduction, unemployment benefits, and Medicare physician reimbursement rates after the Democrat-led Senate agreed to appoint conferees and begin working with House Republican negotiators on a long-term solution: