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Andy Thompson is a Republican member of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 95th district, which includes Carroll, Harrison and Noble counties, and portions of Washington and Belmont counties. Prior to 2012 redistricting, he represented the 93rd district for one term. He served three terms on Marietta City Council (2005-2011) and is a co-publisher of his family's magazine, Bird Watcher's Digest.
Thompson graduated from Central College (Iowa) in 1985, and spent four years working for the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a libertarian think tank. Thompson is a member of the National Rifle Association.
Thompson was first elected to represent the 93rd district in the Ohio House in November 2010, defeating Democrat Linda Secrest with 53.8% of the vote. After redistricting, Thompson ran in the 95th district, and defeated Democrat Charlie Daniels with 52.83% of the vote.
In March 2013, Thompson introduced a bill that would effectively kill Ohio's healthcare exchange under the Affordable Care Act by prohibiting any insurance company that participated in the exchange from doing business in Ohio.
Thompson is an activist against the Common Core State Standards Initiative, and has introduced a bill, HB 237, that would pull Ohio out of the standards and prohibit using the core-aligned standardized tests.
Thompson's wife, Jade, is a Spanish teacher at Marietta High School. They have three children.