Anthony Gonzalez

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh meets Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, July 11, 2018.
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Most of Ohio’s Republican Congressional delegation has signed a letter urging the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider, and possibly overturn, the landmark abortion decision "Roe v. Wade."

Members of Ohio’s congressional delegation are renewing calls for the Defense Department to locate a missile defense site at Camp James A. Garfield, an Ohio National Guard base straddling Portage and Trumbull counties.

Earlier this week, both Ohio senators and nearly every House representative signed a letter addressed to Acting U.S. Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan urging him to consider the base for the third Continental United States Interceptor Site (CIS). 

Anthony Gonzalez and Susan Moran Palmer
WOSU

Political newcomer Anthony Gonzalez is going to Congress. Both he and his opponent in Ohio’s 16th District were seeking office for the first time. They were vying for the seat left open when Republican incumbent Jim Renacci ran for the U.S. Senate.

Anthony Gonzalez and Susan Moran Palmer
WOSU

No matter how the vote goes next Tuesday, there will be a new face in Washington from Ohio’s 16th Congressional District. Incumbent Jim Renacci decided to run for U.S. Senate instead of seeking re-election, and both major party nominees to replace him are political newcomers: Democrat Susan Moran Palmer and Republican Anthony Gonzalez.

Anthony Gonzalez and Susan Moran Palmer
WOSU

Ohio’s 16th Congressional District, one of Ohio’s two open U.S. House races, has found its challengers: Republican Anthony Gonzalez and Democrat Susan Moran Palmer.

A rare 16th Congressional District Republican debate last night revealed little difference on the issues between the two front runners. But attitude was a different matter. The third candidate on the stage stood apart on both issues and attitude.

Former Buckeye Football Player Eyeing Run For Congress

Aug 10, 2017
Anthony Gonzalez
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Former Ohio State University football player Anthony Gonzalez is considering a run for Congress.

The former Buckeye and Indianapolis Colts wide receiver recently met with the National Republican Congressional Committee to express interest in a bid for Ohio's 16th Congressional District. His decision is expected soon.