Senator David Daniels will be serving as the new director for the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
“The governor believes that agriculture is the foundation of the state and so do I,” Daniels said. “I pledge to you I will
do my best every day to promote Ohio agriculture. I look forward to being your next Director of Agriculture.”
Gov. John Kasich appointed State Senator Daniels to replace state veterinarian Tony Forshey, the interim director who had filled in since Nov. 15 when Jim Zehringer was appointed the director of the Department of Natural Resources. Daniels is expected to be sworn in and begin his duties as ODA director on Thursday, February 16.
Following four successful terms in the Ohio House of Representatives, Daniels was elected to the Ohio Senate in 2010 to serve the families of the 17th Ohio Senate District, which includes Clinton, Fayette, Gallia, Highland, Jackson, Pike, Ross, Vinton and portions of Lawrence and Pickaway counties. … Continue readingRead More »