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LaRose chosen as chairman of Republican Secretaries of State Committee

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose was chosen as chairman of the Republican Secretaries of State Committee (RSSC) today, a testament to LaRose's leadership and Ohio's national reputation for election security.
“As chairman of the RSSC, I am fully committed to building public confidence in our elections. That means electing principled Republican leaders who will keep our state’s elections free and fair,” said Ohio Secretary of State and RSSC Chair Frank LaRose. “Our 2024 executive committee is composed of Secretaries who stand for election integrity, and as a team we are laser-focused on thwarting Democrat efforts to hijack our election systems for political gain. Ohio has long been a leader in this space and I am honored to have the trust of my counterparts in other states for this important mission.”

Protecting the integrity of our elections has never been more important. Through the Republican Secretaries of State Committee (RSSC), one of the four caucuses of the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), RSSC is working to elect leaders who champion policies that make it easy to vote and hard to cheat. 

The secretary of state role varies from state to state and can also oversee trademark and business registration, run the library and archives operation, manage professional licensing, and perform other critical tasks that encourage the state’s economic development. Since 2007, RSSC has achieved tremendous success and Republicans currently hold 27 out of 50 secretary of state offices.

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