24 Facts About Jim Renacci


James B Renacci is an American accountant, businessman, and politician who served as the US representative for from 2011 to 2019.

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In 2018, Renacci was the unsuccessful Republican nominee for the US Senate, losing to Democratic incumbent Sherrod Brown by a 6-point margin.

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Jim Renacci ran unsuccessfully in the 2022 Republican primary for governor of Ohio, losing to incumbent Mike DeWine.

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Jim Renacci currently serves as the chairman of the Republican Party of Medina County.

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James Jim Renacci was born December 3,1958, in Monongahela, Pennsylvania, the son of Anna Marie, a nurse, and Evo Jim Renacci, a railroad worker.

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Jim Renacci earned a degree in business administration from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and became a Certified Public Accountant and financial advisor.

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In 2003, Jim Renacci formed the LTC Companies group, a financial consulting service that had partial ownership of three Harley-Davidson dealerships in Columbus, the Lifestyle Communities Pavilion in Columbus, and Jim Renacci-Doraty Chevrolet in Wadsworth.

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Jim Renacci has been involved with real estate, automobile dealerships, nursing homes, and other businesses.

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Jim Renacci has made use of the legal system during his business career, including initiating legal proceedings against former business partners, companies, and the state of Ohio.

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Jim Renacci has been sued, including for the wrongful death of a patient in one of the nursing homes he owns.

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Jim Renacci was a partner and managing board member of the former Arena Football League's Columbus Destroyers.

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Jim Renacci served as AFL Executive Committee Vice Chairman and is a partial owner of the Lancaster JetHawks, a minor league baseball team.

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Jim Renacci announced on August 24,2009, that he would run for the US House of Representatives in Ohio's 16th district, officially filing on January 11,2010.

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Jim Renacci ran as a "Contender" of the National Republican Congressional Committee in its "Young Guns" program.

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Jim Renacci was ranked the 46th most bipartisan member of the US House of Representatives during the 114th United States Congress in the Bipartisan Index created by The Lugar Center and the McCourt School of Public Policy that ranks members of the United States Congress by their degree of bipartisanship.

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Jim Renacci is a member of the Republican Study Committee and Republican Main Street Partnership.

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In January 2017, several news outlets reported that Jim Renacci was considering running for Governor of Ohio in 2018.

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Jim Renacci dropped out of the governor's race in January 2018 in order to run for US Senate.

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In March 2018, the Associated Press reported that as a registered lobbyist, Jim Renacci had failed to report $50,000 in political contributions he had been given from 2008 to 2010.

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Jim Renacci has loaned his campaign $4 million of his own money, which represent[ed] the majority of his campaign fundraising.

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Jim Renacci was defeated by incumbent Democratic US Senator Sherrod Brown in the November 6,2018, general election.

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On June 25,2020, Jim Renacci announced that he had been drafted to serve as the Chairman of the Medina County GOP.

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Jim Renacci launched a primary campaign officially later on June 9,2021.

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Alongside Parscale, Jim Renacci brought in "numerous" other former Trump staffers to his campaign, according to The Gazette.

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