From an early age, Frank LaRose committed to putting the needs of others before his own. Service to his country, state, and family, rooted in his Christian faith, has defined Frank’s life. As a young man, Frank earned the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest in the Boy Scouts. As a soldier, he fought to bring peace and democracy across the globe. And, in the state legislature he has earned the respect of his colleagues and those he serves for his dedicated and conscientious approach to solving problems. Frank is a decorated combat veteran, former member of the U.S. Special Forces, loving husband, son, brother and father who currently serves the citizens of northeast Ohio in the Ohio Senate. As a state senator, Frank has written laws that protect the integrity of the ballot box, modernize voter registration and prevent voter fraud. And he’s worked to cut burdensome regulations on small businesses and streamline communication between state government and small business owners. He has championed lower taxes for all Ohioans and cut red tape so that free market enterprises can flourish and Ohio families can prosper. Frank earned the Bronze Star for his service in Iraq as an Army Green Beret, and defended U.S. interests around the world including in Iraq, Kosovo, Africa, Oman and on the US/Mexico Border serving with the U.S. Special Forces and as a member of the 101 st Airborne Division. Frank is a proud graduate of The Ohio State University. He lives in Hudson with his wife Lauren and their three young daughters.
Frank On The Issues
Important to ohio
SUPPORTING SMALL BUSINESS
Frank believes Ohio’s economic prosperity is tied to the success of our job-creating small businesses.
MODERNIZING CAMPAIGN FINANCE
Frank believes Ohio’s state and local campaign finance systems should be transparent, efficient and modern.
SAVING TAX DOLLARS
A strong fiscal conservative, Frank is a staunch advocate of frugal, smart and modern public administration.
PROTECTING THE BALLOT BOX
Frank is dedicated to making our voting process modern, fair, accurate and accountable.
LaRose Joins Panel Discussion with Ohio’s Teen Ambassador Board
COLUMBUS—On Monday, State Senator Frank LaRose (R-Hudson) welcomed Attorney General DeWine’s Teen Ambassador Board (TAB) to the Statehouse for a panel discussion and inside look into Ohio’s democratic process. TAB is made up of high school juniors and seniors interested in Ohio law and government. Selected applicants serve a one-year term advising the AG’s office […]
LaRose shares hopes with Gallia
RIO GRANDE — Gallia Republicans gathered for their annual Corn Roast in the Bob Evans Shelter House Thursday evening to discuss hopes for the future and visit with local and state candidates. Among the featured speakers were District 27 Ohio State Senator and Ohio Secretary of State candidate Frank LaRose (R-Hudson) and Ohio Speaker of […]
LaRose Introduces Bills to Modernize Absentee Ballot Request and Encourage Youth Participation in Primaries
COLUMBUS — On Wednesday, State Senator Frank LaRose (R-Hudson) introduced two elections administration bills to modernize the process of requesting absentee ballots and clarify rules for 17-year-old voting in presidential primaries. Senate Bill 318 will simplify absentee voting for all Ohioans by allowing voters to go online and request a vote-by-mail ballot. Currently, voters must […]