About Tom Young

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“After thoughtful consideration, I have decided that I am prepared to make the commitment to serve the citizens of 42nd District as their next State Representative. I know that I can provide the strong conservative leadership at the Statehouse that the residents of the 42nd District deserve and have come to expect. My commitment to my fellow citizens is that I will work tirelessly to be an effective voice and advocate for their interests in the Legislature.

“Throughout my life, I have dedicated myself to public service in our community. I am ready to continue that public service at the state level. I am invested in our community and the tremendous people who live here. I will continue to do whatever I can to make a positive and meaningful difference on the issues that matter most to my fellow citizens.”

Tom Young has deep roots in the Miami Valley Community. Tom was born in Dayton and raised in Miamisburg. He has lived in the district nearly his entire life and has resided in Washington Township for over 17 years.

Tom Young has impeccable credentials and has been a respected conservative voice and leader in the Miami Valley for many years. Regardless of the task at hand, Tom has a well-deserved reputation for bringing a thoughtful, problem-solving approach to the job. Given his depth of experience and his tenacity, I know Tom will have an immediate impact at the Statehouse.

Niraj Antani (R-Miamisburg)

I couldn’t be more pleased that Tom has made the decision to run for the Ohio House. I have known Tom for 20 years and I can tell you that I can think of no one who is better equipped to take on this responsibility. Tom is highly ethical and principled, and never shies away from a challenge. What you see is what you get with Tom and his word is his bond. I know Tom cares deeply about our community and he is passionate about serving others. Tom will be a welcome addition to the Ohio House of Representatives and an effective advocate for the citizens of the 42nd District.

Phil Plummer (R-Dayton)