“Tariff wars not only harm our adversaries, they harm our closest allies, and they harm America’s economy (American companies and America’s consumers),” Davidson wrote. “Consumers are already paying higher prices, and companies that have been driving the strong growth rate are changing their plans and cancelling capital investments.”
Davidson, a U.S. Army veteran and former owner of small Miami County manufacturing businesses, won a special election in June 2016 to take over the seat previously held by Speaker John Boehner, R-West Chester Twp.
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Davidson said he sold his interest in his manufacturing acquisitions when he entered Congress.
The Sidney native represents the sprawling 8th congressional district, which stretches from Butler County north nearly to Celina along the Ohio-Indiana border, encompassing Troy, Springfield and northern slices of Montgomery and Greene counties.