Biography of Commissioner David G. Young

David G. Young was first elected as County Commissioner in 2004, and was re-elected in 2008, receiving the most votes of any county commissioner in Warren County's history. Although the County Commissioner seat is the first public office that Mr. Young has held, he has been involved in supporting many conservative causes and candidates. Since taking office, he has consistently voted to continue his support of limited government and fiscal constraint. Mr. Young has been a strong voice for conservative causes. He has been quoted in the New York Times and has been a guest on National Public Radio where he spoke on behalf of the conservative position.

Mr. Young's leadership has been vital in revamping Warren County's Economic Development Department. These efforts have led to thousands of good jobs coming to the county as well as the retention of thousands of more jobs for our residents. Mr. Young serves as a board member on the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Government which is responsible for helping to improve the County's infrastructure. Additionally, he had an integral part in establishing the Warren County Transportation Improvement District.

Mr. Young's professional background helps him in his service as a County Commissioner. As President of Young Capital, he manages more than $60 million of his clients' investment and retirement funds. Mr. Young is also a partner in The Job Store, which employs 1000 associates, and OneSource Employee Management, which provides services to more than 12,000 Ohio workers.

Mr. Young is a graduate of Sycamore High School and Ohio Wesleyan University where he majored in both economics and politics and government and played varsity basketball. His past community service has included serving as a board member for the American Cancer Society, an inner city youth tutor, and as a 4th grade Sunday school teacher.

Mr. Young lives in Mason with his three daughters, Courtney, Kaitlin, and Kinsey.