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Senator (?)
Frank LaRose?


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Like the possibility of Donald Trump running for President of the United States next year, the declared candidacy of Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose for U.S. Senate should also frighten us.  


First, there's LaRose's dubious record as our Secretary of State, especially in the last few years.  Read this before and after article


Then, within a week after announcing his run for Sherrod Brown's Senate seat, LaRose took to Twitter to endorse Trump for President!  It's hard to read the "endorsement" and not think LaRose is kissing Trump's behind.


Now, LaRose faces a Republican primary battle against at least two other candidates next spring, so he may not make it to a face-off with (we assume) Senator Brown. 


But we mustn't take anything for granted at the polls on November 5, 2024.  Whether it's Trump vs. Biden or LaRose vs. Brown--your vote will be crucial!

In the meantime, you can follow this page for the latest Lowdown on LaRose.


LaRose's Office Move to His Campaign HQ Raises Ethical Questions

Sec of State does little to explain how move could result in conflicts of interest


LaRose Mocked After Issue 1 Goes Down In Flames

Defeat reflected GOP "uncertainty on how to handle abortion backlash."


LaRose's X Statement on Issue 1 Defeat

Claims "an assault coming on our constitution."


It's Bigger Than Trump

David Pepper points out the Deep Damage to Democracy committed by Frank LaRose


Concerns Over Sec. LaRose's Ethics

Instead of educating voters, LaRose was campaigning for the passage of Issue One

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