|Address||125 E Lawn Ave |
St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950, United States
|| January 18, 1943
|Died||April 14, 2013
Jan 18, 2021 08:58am
Caucasian - Divorced - Straight -
|Info||Charles A. "Charlie" Wilson, Jr. |
Charles A. Wilson, Jr. was sworn in as a member of the historic 110th Congress on January 4, 2007. At the center of Congressman Wilson’s public service is an unwavering commitment to Ohio’s working families.
As a member of the powerful House Committee on Financial Services, Wilson is focused on the most pressing issue facing the Sixth District—the creation of good jobs that put Ohioans back on the right track.
Congressman Wilson believes strongly in the promise of home-grown energy solutions that help break our nation’s dependence on foreign oil. With a seat on the Science and Technology Committee, Congressman Wilson is actively engaged in fostering the creation and development of responsible energy resources and technology.
Generations of steelworkers have called Ohio’s Sixth District home. Congressman Wilson honors their hard work and stands up for the strength of the American steel industry as a leading member of the Congressional Steel Caucus. Through the Steel Caucus, Congressman Wilson is a strong voice for fair trade agreements that put Ohio workers first.
Before his election to Congress, Wilson served ten years in the Ohio House and Senate. His devotion to public service was evident through his work as a state lawmaker in Columbus, where he fought for Ohio workers and pushed to increase funding for public schools.
Congressman Wilson brings to Washington a much-needed common sense approach to problem solving that he developed through decades of experience as a successful small business owner in Eastern Ohio. Wilson, who makes his home in St. Clairsville, has four sons and eight grandchildren.