Ready for November
Ohio needs to be Ready for November. Since the completion of Ohio’s primary election on April 28, Secretary LaRose has been working with Ohio’s bipartisan county elections officials on developing recommendations for how Ohio can best be prepared for November and presenting those findings to the General Assembly for their consideration. Those recommendations are based on safely maintaining the choices Ohioans have for voting: 1) In-person voting; 2) Absentee Voting; 3) Early In-Person Voting. Click here to read the Secretary’s proposals.
Welcome Ohio Entrepreneurs!
The Ohio Secretary of State Client Service Center was closed for in-person transactions on March 22 when Ohio Director of Health Dr. Amy Acton issued the stay at home order. Since then, entrepreneurs and business owners have continued to utilize both online and drop-off services to file reports with the Secretary of State’s Office. With the beginning of Governor Mike DeWine’s Stay Safe order, the service center now has significantly upgraded physical protection as well as put protocols in place to ensure the safety of both our staff and the Ohioans they serve. Click here to learn more.
Election Officials Want to Be Ready for November
Our friends in Southern Ohio are excited about the Secretary’s ideas for a safe and smooth November election. Click here to read more.
National Day of Prayer
Secretary LaRose posted a video message for National Day of Prayer. Click here to watch.
Strengthening Ohio's Entrepreneurs
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the business community across the country, but Ohio businesses are finding ways to adapt. These featured businesses are shining examples of the fortitude of Ohio’s entrepreneurs. Check out the video featuring this month’s spotlighted businesses.