Representative David P. Joyce
A lifelong resident of Northeast Ohio, Congressman Dave Joyce is the experienced leader our region needs in Congress. As a husband and father of three children, Dave understands the importance of family, quality education, and hard work. Having owned a small business, Dave also understands how vital job creation is to our region’s economy.
For over 20 years, Congressman Joyce has worked and fought for Northeast Ohio by putting some of the most dangerous criminals behind bars. After six consecutive terms in office as Geauga County Prosecutor, Dave Joyce has proved an effective, compassionate leader who has stood strong and got the job done on behalf of taxpayers.
Dave understands that a struggling economy means that government at all levels – including Congress, must tighten their belts. This is why as Prosecutor, Dave Joyce, consistently returned unused taxpayer dollars to the people of Geauga County. It has always been his guiding principle to come under budget and he will take that principle to Washington.
These reasons are why Dave Joyce has earned the endorsements of proven leaders in Northeast Ohio like former U.S. Representative Steve LaTourette, and numerous other local and counties leaders.
Dave Joyce is a devoted husband of 22 years, father of three children, son of a World War II veteran, former small business owner, and has demonstrated effective, proven leadership in Northeast Ohio.
News From the Campaign Trail
Posted on: April 24, 2013
If Mayfield area teenagers didn’t already have enough reasons to avoid texting while driving, they got a few emphatic ones from a visiting congressman on Monday.
As part of U.S. Rep. David Joyce’s visit to Mayfield High School, the legislator commanded students to avoid the now illegal practice.
While students brought up privacy legislation and gay marriage during the question-and-answer segment, texting was a topic Joyce brought up on his own. Watch the video above to see how passionate he is on the topic.…
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Posted on: April 22, 2013
Congressional Republicans, seeking to counter efforts by President Barack Obama and Democrats to win the House next year, are launching a program Monday aimed at preserving their 17-seat majority.
The National Republican Congressional Committee will unveil what it dubs the “Patriot Program,” which will provide support to the party’s most endangered incumbents.
Republicans say the objective is to shore up members facing the toughest races before the 2014 election season heats up in earnest. They say they want to spend much of next year focusing their firepower on vulnerable Democrats with an eye toward building on their majority.…
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Posted on: April 16, 2013
Collecting big bucks from political action committees during the first quarter of 2013 helped newly elected GOP Rep. Dave Joyce outstrip the fundraising tally from his potential Democratic challenger Michael Wager.
Joyce, who is among the Democratic party’s top political targets next year, collected $172.500 from political action committees and $61,700 from individuals this year to finish the quarter with a $463,374 bankroll, newly filed Federal Election Commission reports show.
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Posted on: April 15, 2013
Rep. David Joyce raised a strong $234,200 during the first quarter of this year, according to fundraising figures provided exclusively to CQ Roll Call.
Joyce, perhaps Ohio’s most vulnerable House Republican, ended last month with $463,000 in the bank.
Joyce’s haul shows he is taking his 2014 re-election seriously, building cash reserves for the Cleveland television market.
Democrats have already indicated they plan to target the 14th District as a pick-up opportunity in 2014. As early as December, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Steve Israel named Joyce as a top GOP target in an interview with CQ Roll Call.…
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