Ohio Congressman Set to Assume Presidency of YSU, Ending 12-Year Congressional Career
Written By Shafeek Ahmad, Published On 22-November-2023.
A New Chapter Begins
U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, revealed on Tuesday his decision to retire from Congress and embrace a leadership role at Youngstown State University.
Dedicated Service in Congress
Johnson, a fixture in the U.S. House since 2010, will fulfill his congressional duties for the next few months before officially assuming the presidency at YSU in March.
The Transition Process
In a statement shared on X (formerly Twitter), Johnson expressed the difficulty of his decision and reassured constituents that his commitment to public service remains unwavering.
After much thought and prayerful deliberation, I have accepted the offer to lead Youngstown State University and will not be seeking an 8th term in Congress.” – Rep. Bill Johnson
This is not a goodbye, however. I will continue serving in the House for several more months, and you will see no let up.” – Rep. Bill Johnson
Source: Fox News Report
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