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John Becker (politician)

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Preceded by  Joe Uecker
Name  John Becker
Political party  Republican
Role  Politician
Alma mater  Xavier University
Party  Republican Party
Religion  Christian

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Residence  Clermont County, Ohio, U.S.
Education  Northern Kentucky University, Xavier University

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John Becker is a Republican member of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 65th district. He was elected to his first term in November 2012, defeating Democrat Steve Myers with 68.7% of the vote.

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Becker has also served as a Republican State Central Committee and Clermont County Republican Central Committee member and is a tax accountant and utility consultant. He is married with one child.

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Becker claims to be the most conservative politician in the Ohio legislature. He introduced bills in 2013 to allow state employees to carry guns on the job in most state buildings and to prohibit law enforcement agencies from destroying firearms confiscated by the police.

In 2003, before his election to the legislature, Becker wrote a letter to the editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer pointing out that as Massachusetts had recently allowed same-sex marriage, the federal government to amend the Constitution to prohibit such unions, or failing that expel Massachusetts from the Union. The previous year, in another such letter, he proposed allowing Alaska to leave the Union so that it would be free to produce more oil.

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