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  • LaRose to Ohio House: Ban foreign influence over state's elections

    Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose renewed his call for passage of legislation banning foreign influence over Ohio’s elections, asking the Ohio House of Representatives to quickly approve legislation sent over by the Ohio Senate.
  • 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.  
  • LaRose urges support for election integrity legislation
    “Election integrity is vital to not only ensuring an accurate and honest process, but also increasing public trust in our elections. Ohio leads the nation on many of the goals outlined, including our work to ensure only citizens may vote. It’s time we build on that and take Ohio’s model nationwide while giving states access to the data needed to better conduct this important work."
  • We must abandon reckless wind, solar subsidies
    Liberal energy policies tied to fake and unjustified outrage over the environment lack any humanity or common sense. We must recapture American energy dominance, protect farmers, lower fuel prices for hard-working Americans and abandon green energy subsidies.
  • LaRose wants stricter campaign finance laws
    Ohio Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose wants the General Assembly to tighten campaign finance laws with an eye toward potential constitutional amendments that could appear before state voters.
  • We must stop the Chinese communist party invasion
    Transactions benefitting the Chinese Communist Party are a threat we cannot ignore. Biden and Brown have failed us and have not forcefully defended America from invasion or taken needed actions to protect our strategic interests.
  • Deport the Biden border invasion
    America’s southern border is wide open. With the lure of free health care and education, and assurances the law will turn a blind eye, President Biden’s weak policies are facilitating a flood of illegal immigration, human trafficking and drugs into Ohio.
  • LaRose signs Americans for Tax Reform's Taxpayer Protection Pledge
    Ohio Secretary of State and U.S. Senate candidate Frank LaRose announced that he has signed the Americans for Tax Reform's Taxpayer Protection Pledge, committing to oppose any and all efforts to increase taxes for hardworking American individuals and entrepreneurs.
  • The damage an open border can do
    This is about national sovereignty, public safety and human dignity. Without a secure border, we don’t have a secure nation.
  • Protect parents: Vote 'no'  on Issue 1
    If the radical Issue 1 amendment passes, this will be a new and horrifying fear for every parent of younger girls in Ohio.
  • Stopping the invasion at our southern border
    A few months ago, Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown remarked in an interview that voters don’t care about the issue. Senator, you are dead wrong.  The voters I encounter on a daily basis care very deeply and are very concerned about the threat posed by a completely open border.
  • LaRose: Biden acknowledges Trump's wall works
    Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose, who is running for the U.S. Senate race, issued the following statement today on the Biden administration's coopting of President Donald Trump’s border wall.
  • Parents, not teachers' unions, should choose what's best for their children
    Action by states stands in stark contrast to the rank liberal hypocrisy displayed in Washington, D.C.  According to a recent report, 12 U.S. senators oppose school choice for the rest of us but send their own kids to private schools.
  • One change ordered to Ohio’s Issue 1 ballot language
    “We're pleased by the Supreme Court's validation of our approach to ballot language for Issue 1,” Secretary of State Frank LaRose said. “By rejecting special interest attempts to substitute their own carefully crafted and poll tested language for that of the ballot board, they have ensured Ohio voters will have a full and accurate understanding of the proposed measure when they go to cast their ballots.”
  • Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose comments on Issue 1
    “I’m grateful that nearly 1.3 million Ohioans stood with us in this fight, but this is only one battle in a long war. Unfortunately, we were dramatically outspent by dark money billionaires from California to New York, and the giant ‘for sale’ sign still hangs on Ohio’s constitution. Ohioans will see the devastating impact of this vote soon enough. " – Frank LaRose
  • Frank LaRose announces U.S. Senate campaign
    Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose officially announced his candidacy for the United States Senate today by filing the required paperwork with federal election officials.
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