Chris Widener

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Chris Widener was born on 22 August, 1963. Discover Chris Widener’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

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Age57 years old
Zodiac SignLeo
Born22 August 1963
Birthday22 August

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His wife is Sally Widener (2 children)

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Chris Widener Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Chris Widener


In January 2016, Widener announced his retirement after nearly two decades of public service.


Widener served as Chairman of the Energy & Public Utilities Committee in the 128th General Assembly, and in the 129th General Assembly, Senate President Tom Niehaus named Widener as Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, He also serves on the State Controlling Board; and to the State Council on Educational Opportunity for Military Children. As Chairman of the Finance Committee, Widener played a leading role in shaping the biennium budget. Widener was also a key player on the conference committee on the budget, where the budget was finished, and helped to pass the final budget for 2012-2013.

In 2012, Widener won reelection to a second term, defeating Jeff Robertson with 62% of the vote. Widener has faced controversy for trying to shield public records related to Senate parking key cards. For this and other reasons, the Cleveland Plain Dealer in an editorial named Widener the worst person in the Ohio General Assembly.


In 2008, Senator Steve Austria was term limited and running for Congress, and Widener declared his candidacy for his Senate seat. In the primary, he faced W. Reed Madden and James Howard, and won about 67% of the electorate. In the general election, Widener faced Clark County Commissioner Roger Tackett. While Democrats initially thought the district as potentially competitive, Widener won with 62% of the vote.


In the 2004 cycle, Widener again faced a primary challenge against fellow Republican Robert Rogers III. He defeated Rogers with 65% of the vote. He easily won reelection in 2006 with 60% of the vote.


Widener was appointed to his first term as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives in 1999, but lost the party nomination to reelection to Merle G. Kearns, a prominent state Senator who was facing term limits. However, after redistricting occurred in 2002, Widener won a term beginning in 2003.


After graduation from the University of Cincinnati, Widener served two terms on the Mad River-Greene Local Board of Education before starting his legislative career. His resume includes a stint as a civil service architect at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, where he also served as the base’s first full-time historic preservation officer until 1989.


Christopher Widener (born August 22, 1963) was the President pro Tempore of the Ohio Senate, and represented the 10th Senate District, which includes Madison, Clark and Greene counties. Before the Senate, he served three terms non-consecutively in the Ohio House of Representatives. He is a Republican.