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Warren Davidson

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Congressman Davidson: the successor to the Moderate Republican John Boehner

Warren Earl Davidson (born March 1, 1970) is the representative for Ohio's 8th Congressional District since 2016. He was succesor to John Boehner after the latter's retirement.



Davidson opposes abortion in all cases except to save a mother's life.

Foreign PolicyEdit

Along with the other Anti-establishment Republican from Ohio, Jim Jordan, Davidson was one of two Ohio representatives to vote against condemning Trump's withdrawal from Syria.[1]

Davdison along with Matt Gaetz, Louie Gohmert, Paul Gosar, Mo Brooks, Jim Jordan, Thomas Massie, and Mark Meadows broke with party ranks and called for Trump to withdrawl from Yemen.[2]

2020 ElectionEdit

Davidson objected to the electoral count for Arizona and Pennsylvania.