; Bill Coley | Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission
Legislative Member

Senator Bill Coley is serving his first full term in the Ohio Senate, representing the majority of Butler County as the Senator for the 4th Ohio Senate District. He is the Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Government Oversight Reform and Vice-chair of the Senate Finance Committee.

Prior to his appointment to the Senate, Senator Coley was elected to four terms in the Ohio House of Representatives where his background in finance matters led him to be named Chairman of the House Financial Institutions, Housing, and Urban Development Committee.

In addition to his legislative duties, he works as a commercial litigation attorney with the firm Strauss and Troy and is licensed to practice law in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. An active member of his community, he is involved in the Butler County Republican Party, St. John’s Catholic Church, Sons of the American Legion, and the Boy Scouts of America. He has been named a Watchdog of the Treasury by the United Conservatives of Ohio and received the Robert R. Cupp Legislative Award from the eTech Ohio Commission.

Senator Coley received his bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Dayton and his law degree from the Cleveland Marshall College of Law.

He and his wife Carolyn live in Liberty Township.

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