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Rep. Christina Hagan

Age

28

Location

Stark County, Ohio

Twitter

@RepHagan

Since age 11, Christina Hagan has worked hard to live her very own American dream. Learning the value of hard work in the backroom of a restaurant, at her first official job, peeling potatoes, this Millennial kept dreaming new dreams—and pursuing them. Washing dishes, serving tables, she was just getting started in the world of service. To Christina, the customers were more than a means to an end. These people were friends and neighbors who often shared their hopes, their families and mutual love for community.

In 2011, while still waiting tables at two restaurants, coaching young women at her alma mater and finishing her degree, the 22-year-old was chosen to serve the 50th House District in Ohio. Representative Hagan became the youngest female ever to serve in the Ohio House of Representatives.

A year later, she beat her establishment opponent by 20 points to keep her seat. Hagan won again in 2014 by 35 points and her most recent race by 46 points outperforming every federal and state candidate in her district –- including President Trump and Congressman Renacci.

After her initial election, Representative Hagan graduated with a degree in Business from Malone University to the cheers of her loving family, as she became the first in her family to obtain a college degree.

Three terms later, Representative Hagan has served in multiple leadership positions, most notably being made the Midwest Chair of the ALEC| Women’s Caucus, Vice Chair of the Energy & Natural Resources Committee for the 131st and 132nd General Assembly. Hagan also serves on the Public Utilities Committee and the Agriculture & Rural Development Committee and has served on the Veterans Affairs Committee, Community and Family Advancement Committee, Small Business and Economic Development Committee, Health and Aging Committee, Advisory on Aging Council, Ohio Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs, the Ohio Power Siting Board and the Board of Regents Internship and Co-Op Advisory Board.

In 2016, national recognition for Hagan’s work started pouring in. First, Hagan was named a Forbes 30 Under 30 for her legislative work on restoring Ohio’s reputation as a national economic leader by working to create a better business climate to sustain a strong private sector job market. She was also asked to serve as an Ohio TV and radio surrogate on the successful presidential campaign of President Donald J. Trump who carried her state by over 8% and her county by over 17%. After wrapping up a strong re-election campaign, Hagan was asked to become an international delegate for the American Council of Young Political Leaders. Before the end of 2016 Hagan was tapped to Chair the Electoral college in Ohio for President-Elect Donald Trump. While all of these things make her proud to serve in Ohio, the most rewarding title she has ever been given is, “Wife and Mom”. Being a wife to Adam and a mother to her daughter Josaphine is the greatest driver of her desire to serve others and their relationship with their daughter is a constant catalyst to build a better future for generations to come.

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