Rep. Jamie Callender

2 Terms
House District 61
11th Fl.
Official Website

Current Candidate Information

Ohio House 57th District
Cuyahoga (part), Lake (part)

Callender for Ohio
(440) 299-8500

Primary Vote: 2,705 of 2,705 (100%)
General Vote: NA

Biographical Information

Home Address: 11335 St. Andrews Way, Concord, OH  44077
(440) 229-8500
Born: January 9, 1965 in Kentucky
Education: When he was in seventh grade, Callender's family moved to Concord Township, where Jamie grew up. He attended Mentor Memorial Junior High School and graduated Mentor High School. He often says one of his proudest moments was watching his own children, Jay and Ashley, attend his alma mater.
Employment/Military Record: Jamie Callender is an attorney, college professor
Governmental Leadership (Elected or Appointed):
Ohio House 61st District 2020
General Vote: 40,824 of 66,674 (61%)
Primary Vote: 8,564 of 8,564 (100%)

Ohio House 61st District 2018
General Vote: 29,904 of 50,147 (59%)
Primary Vote: 6,040 of 10,723 (56%)

Other Offices: In 1997, Jamie Callender was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives for four terms (maximum under term limits) to represent District 70 (and eventually District 62), of western Lake County, which includes Concord Township,
Political Activities: 2011, 2013, Certificate of Partnership, Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation 2011, Teaching Success Award, Kent State University, Columbus Program in Intergovernmental Issues 2004, Legislative Leadership Award, Ohio Association of County Boards of Mental Retardation 2004, Legislator of the Year, Ohio Trial Lawyers Association 2004, Special Recognition Award, G.P. Griffith Found
Community Activities: Professorial Member, Archaeological Institute of America Member, Masonic Lodge, Willoughby 302 Member,

Committee Assignments
Key Legislative Staff
Chris Mendelson, Legislative Aide

Sponsored Legislation
HB 1
School Funding
HB 291
State Route Designation
HB 359
Art and Music Therapist
HB 399
Tax Credit
HB 498
HCR 35
Administrative Rules
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