a Republican, represented Ohio's 18th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1995 until November 2006. Ney's best known Congressional work was on the election reform efforts founded in the wake of the confused 2000 voting in Florida, and his support and backing for the "Stand Up For Steel" crusade and resulting laws. From 2001 to 2006, Ney was Chairman of the House Administration Committee. As chair of that committee, he oversaw operations in the Capitol complex and was sometimes known as the "Mayor of Capitol Hill". The Bob Ney Radio Show brings one of the Ohio Valley's most popular and powerful politicians to talk radio. Once known as "The Mayor of Capital Hill", Ney brings decades of experience at the pinnacle of power, as well as a background in Ohio politics, to his daily analysis and reporting on the day's news.