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State Senator Frank LaRose (R-Akron) will hold open office hours throughout the district on Saturday, July 14. "In order for me to effectively represent you in Columbus, I need to hear from you," LaRose said, "which is why it's important to hold monthly meetings so that I am able to maintain an open dialogue with my constituents." No appointment is necessary. Senator LaRose and a member of his Statehouse Office will be available at the following locations: 8 - 10 AM Barberton City Hall 576 W. Park Ave Barberton 44203 11 AM - 1 PM Cuyahoga Falls Public Library Graefe Room 2015 Third Street Cuyahoga Falls 44221 2 - 4 PM Twinsburg City Hall 10075 Ravenna Road Twinsburg 44087

 
 
 
  
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PHOTO: LaRose Named Legislative Champion By Ohio Alliance Of Boys And Girls Clubs

 

COLUMBUS—State Senator Frank LaRose (R-Hudson) was recently given the Legislative Champion award by the Ohio Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs.



 
 

LaRose Votes To Combat Dating Violence And Expand Protections For Victims

 

COLUMBUS—State Senator Frank LaRose (R-Hudson), co-sponsor of House Bill 1, this week announced the unanimous Senate passage of legislation that would protect individuals who are victims of violence when they are in a dating relationship with the offender.



 
 

PHOTO: LaRose Joins Ballot Board In Unanimous Vote To Approve Anti-Gerrymandering Issue 1 For May Ballot

 

COLUMBUS—State Senator Frank LaRose (R-Hudson) today joined other members of the Ohio Ballot Board to unanimously approve Ohio's historic congressional redistricting initiative to be on the ballot for the May 8 Primary Election. Issue 1 was initiated by the General Assembly through the passage of Substitute Senate Joint Resolution 5 in early February.



 
 

LaRose Bill Will Increase Accountability, Bolster Voter Confidence And Better Secure Ohio Elections

 

"These audits will ensure that every Ohioan can be confident that their vote is accurately counted," said Senator LaRose. "The evolution of technology presents both opportunities and vulnerabilities. It is our responsibility to maintain a constant vigilance to protect the integrity of our elections. With this best-in-class technique in place, Ohioans can be sure that our state is leading the way in the fight against fraud.”