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Rob McColley
District 1

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Ohio Senate District 1

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Columbus, Ohio 43215
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With 11 counties in his northwest Ohio district, Senator McColley represents more counties than any other member.

A graduate of The Ohio State University and University of Toledo College of Law, Senator McColley and his family live in Napoleon.

Prior to joining the legislature, Senator McColley led economic and workforce development efforts for Henry and Williams counties.


May 10, 2024

Senate Democrats voted against a bill that would've made sure Joe Biden was on the November ballot in Ohio, because the bill also outlawed campaign contributions originating from outside the United States. Ohio already outlaws those contributions for candidate campaigns, and this would've extended the law to cover ballot initiatives. Senator Rob McColley delivers a hard hitting interview about the Senate Session and hypocrisy of the progressive left.

April 11, 2024

The path of totality crossed Indian Lake in Logan County. Senator Steve Huffman and Senator Rob McColley took in the solar show with their families. Truly a once in a lifetime for many, it was a great boost for the community recovering from the March tornado. Join us for some "totality" awesome photos of the eclipse from Indian Lake.

March 1, 2024

Election Security and Protecting Your Second Amendment Rights Watch Senator Rob McColley on the President's Podcast talk about his election security bill banning campaign donations originating from outside the United States. He also highlights the Senate's effort to pass a bill protecting your Second Amendment related purchases from being recorded by financial institutions. View the Podcast here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0CLptE2OgFZ56Lr7ahVtq8?si=4KWtTc0RS7WPz1BYAt4W6A Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKbi8PeB8u4

February 28, 2024

Senate Bill 215: Prohibit Foreign National Contributions for Ballot Issues

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