Policy Politics Trump’s First 100 Days: Here’s where Ohio’s Republicans stand on the AHCA By Alexander McEvoy Posted on March 23, 2017 3 min read 0 0 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Graphic by Kylie Hulver Remember the American Health Care Act that was supposed to be voted on yesterday, the seventh anniversary of the passage of Obamacare, in the House? It didn’t happen, but maybe Friday. The White House says the vote will be held Friday morning “in the light of day,” according to Axios. But House members aren’t sure when exactly the vote will take place now. In case you need a refresher of the current situation, the GOP doesn’t have enough votes to actually pass its Obamacare repeal. This due to different concerns from different coalitions inside the party. So now with a slight break in the action of health care reform, it’s time to look at the state of the game. Here’s where Ohio’s Republicans stand on the American Health Care Act: Editor’s note: Undecided means the rep has publicly stated they are unsure how they will vote on the bill. Unclear means the rep has not commented publicly and/or sadly not returned our calls for comment. Steve Chabot 1st District Yes Brad Wenstrup 2nd District Undecided Jim Jordan 4th District No Bob Latta 5th District Yes Bill Johnson 6th District Yes Bob Gibbs 7th District Unclear Warren Davidson 8th District No Michael Turner 10th District Unclear Pat Tiberi 12th District Yes David Joyce 14th District Unclear Steve Stivers 15th District Yes James Renacci 16th District Yes In summary, that’s six for the bill, two opposed, two dodging requests for comment and one with a vague Facebook post about the amendments to the bill. We’ll keep calling and try to get a final count before whenever the actual vote will take place. Check back here over the next week as we update the reps’ positions.