I’m Jeff Crossman and I’m running for Attorney General. As a state Legislator I’ve seen enough of phony politicians favoring special interests over you and doing their best to divide us.
You deserve someone in Columbus LIKE you, fighting FOR you.
While serving on Parma’s City Council, I was instrumental in crafting a balanced city budget, oversaw a wide array of local governmental operations, and worked to improve neighborhoods and keep them safe.
As a State Representative, I’ve introduced bills to fight the culture of corruption in Columbus, and voted against gerrymandered maps that deny voters the right to hold politicians accountable.
I grew up in a small town, and watching my single mom work hard every day to raise her three children helped me to understand the importance of community and hard work.
I understand what Ohioans are looking for in a leader: someone that will fight like hell for Ohioans– combating corruption and other forces that have been holding Ohio back.
I was the first in my family to finish college, earning my Bachelor’s degree from the University of Mount Union and a Master’s Degree from the University of Akron. I became an attorney and earned my law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law after graduating magna cum laude while working full time. I understand what it’s like to earn your way through life and it’s why I fight hard for Ohio workers and, as an attorney, I’ve advocated for the needs of my neighbors and all those in my community.
As Ohio Attorney General, I will bring that same tenacious attitude, dedication to hard work and shared purpose to get Ohio back on track.
Jeff is an active member of his community. He provides certain legal counsel pro bono and has worked to fight hunger as a volunteer and board member of the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland. Jeff is the former Vice President of Hunger Network’s Board of Trustees.