State Representative, District 33
Northeast Ohio, State Legislature
Representative Tavia Galonski is currently a dedicated public servant of House District 35 who is now running for newly-drawn House District 33. While working towards her Bachelor of Science in Psychology, she was employed with Delta Airlines as a flight attendant, where she fought for flight attendants to be unionized at Delta. An attorney by trade, she previously served as a magistrate in the Summit County Court of Common Pleas, including in the county’s juvenile court. Prior to her judicial service, she was a community aid attorney who represented victims of domestic abuse. As a former Teamster and daughter of a UAW worker, she knows the importance of hard work and putting people first. In the legislature, she has fought for the rights of her constituents, sponsoring legislation to protect LGBTQ+ Ohioans in the workplace, allow creation of a commission on AAPI affairs, and declare racism as a public health crisis. She is also an advocate for families and strong communities, pushing to raise the minimum wage to at least $15, allow paid family and sick leave, increase the transit budget, and support equal rights for people with disabilities.
When reelected, Representative Galonski will continue to fight for policies that keep families together, put Summit County back to work, and create more opportunities for all.
I want to continue my work on behalf of Ohio families while focusing on the most vulnerable members of our community. We can begin to make serious improvements if we focus our work there…and fight against narrow-minded bills which rob women of their autonomy and to continue to improve family life for Ohioans.
– Representative Tavia Galonski