John R. Kasich Congressional Collection

Congressman. Governor. Neighbor.

Ohio politician John Kasich made Westerville his home after graduating from Ohio State in 1974. His election to the state senate at age 26 was the start of a fast-moving, high-profile career.

He served for nine terms (from 1983 until 2000) in the United States Congress as the representative from Ohio's 12th Congressional District, where he became known for his dedication to the cause of balancing the budget.

About the Collection

The John R. Kasich Collection was donated to the Westerville Public Library and is made available via the Westerville History Museum. It includes Congressional & Senate papers, such as personal and political files, campaign media files, legislative files, committee files, media files, and administrative files.

Black & white photograph of John Kasich, 1986
Black & white photograph of John Kasich, 1986

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Your access to the past. Through historical collections and learning experiences, deepen your understanding of your community and its place in the world. From Underground Railroad activities to anti-alcohol efforts, the people who came before you have shaped the course of American history and given Westerville a unique legacy.

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