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Hi, my name is Thomas Hwang and I am seeking to represent Ohio’s 15th Congressional District, which is made up of (12) counties including, all of Clinton, Fairfield, Hocking, Madison, Morgan, Perry, Pickaway, and Vinton counties, and parts of Athens, Fayette, Franklin, and Ross counties.

I am not a politician, I am a small business owner who knows the keys to America’s success are lower taxes, less regulations and protecting our individual freedoms.


My parents were Chinese Christians who fled Communist China and settled in the small rural Ohio town of Waverly.


After graduating from Waverly High School, I earned a BS degree from Stanford University in Biological Sciences,  a BS dual degree in Mathematics and Physics from The Ohio State University, and a Master’s of Science degree in Physics from the University of Maryland.


My campaign is all about opportunity and freedom.  America has given me so many opportunities to succeed, it was almost impossible for me to not succeed.  I want everyone to have the same opportunities and freedom that I had, in this generation and the next.

I will vote to support the Republican values of less regulation, lower taxes, reducing the deficit, being pro-life, completing the border wall, supporting our military and law enforcement, supporting the 2nd Amendment and protecting individual freedoms.

I ask for your support in the August 3 Republican primary.


Tom's Message

I have pushed for policies that matter to people.   I have pushed for elimination of the sales tax on the first 5,000 dollars on a used car.  Transportation is a necessity.   Many areas do not have access to buses, ubers or taxis.  We don’t tax other necessities like groceries or medicine, why tax cheap used cars ?

The 15th congressional district spans many counties and demographic groups.  It is a tough balancing act to fairly represent them all.

I have lived in small town rural Ohio, California’s Silicon Valley, the City of Columbus, and suburban Washington DC .  I know I can achieve the balance of City, Suburban, and Rural that is necessary for CD 15.


Thanks for submitting!