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107th Ohio General Assembly

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The One Hundred Seventh Ohio General Assembly was the legislative body of the state of Ohio in 1967 and 1968. In this General Assembly, both the Ohio Senate and the Ohio House of Representatives were controlled by the Republican Party. In the Senate, there were 23 Republicans and 10 Democrats. In the House, there were 61 Republicans and 38 Democrats. It was the first General Assembly to take effect after the Voting Rights Act of 1965 required population proportioned districts. The seats were apportioned in 1966.


Majority leadership

  • President of the Senate: John W. Brown
  • President pro tempore of the Senate: Theodore Gray
  • Majority Whip: Michael Maloney
  • Minority leadership

  • Leader: Frank W. King
  • Assistant Leader: Oliver Ocasek
  • Leadership

  • Speaker of the House: Charles Kurfess
  • Members of the 107th House of Representatives

    Appt.- Member was appointed to current House Seat


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