100th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Representative Aaron Griesheimer
Representative
Aaron Griesheimer
District 061
Republican

Elected:2018 
Years Served:
Hometown:Washington
Counties:Osage, Franklin, Gasconade
Capitol Address
Address:MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Room 116-1
Jefferson City MO 65101 
Legislative Assistant:Dennis Rhodes 
Phone:573-751-6668 
E-Mail:Aaron.Griesheimer@house.mo.gov 
Biography
Rep. Aaron Griesheimer, a Republican, represents parts of Franklin, Gasconade and Osage counties (District 61) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2018.

Prior to his legislative service, Griesheimer was employed as the Director of Client Relations at Steamboat Financial Group. He also worked for seven years as the Assistant Director of Government Relations at SITE Improvement Association.

Griesheimer has been a member of the Washington Lions Club for 12 years and was recently elected treasurer. He also serves as an elder at New Life Church.

A 2002 graduate of St. Francis Borgia Regional High School, Griesheimer went on to earn his Associate of Arts from East Central College. He then attended Southeast Missouri State University and graduated with a degree in political science.

A lifelong resident of Washington, Griesheimer still resides there with his wife, Amanda, and their two children, Dayton and Tucker. Griesheimer’s father, John Griesheimer, served as a state representative for 10 years and as a state senator for 8 years.
Sponsored Bills
HB 499 - (1178H.04P)
Requires automatic driver's license revocation when a driver strikes a highway worker in a construction or work zone and when a driver strikes and emergency responder in an emergency zone
HB 500 - (1275H.01I)
Establishes a miles-per-gallon based motor vehicle registration fee
HB 791 - (1570H.01I)
Changes the law regarding bonds required of contractors of public works
HB 792 - (1674H.01I)
Modifies provisions relating to commercial driver's licenses
HB 871 - (1888H.01I)
Requires the state to observe daylight saving time as the year-round standard time if 15 U.S.C. Section 260a is amended
Co-sponsored Bills
Amendments
Past Legislation