Secretary LaRose issued a statement regarding the attack on the U.S. Capitol this week:
2020 Post-Election Audits
In yet another example of unprecedented transparency, for the first time ever, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has provided the results of county post-election audits online. In counties that utilized a percentage-based audit, the results show a 99.98% accuracy rate in the presidential election.
Bringing Transparency to Local Campaign Finance
During the previous General Assembly, SB 107 was passed and signed into law. The legislation, championed by Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose, was sponsored by State Senator Michael Rulli (R-Salem) and enhances transparency by allowing campaign finance reports for local candidates and committees to be filed electronically with county boards of elections. Previously, the only option for voters to obtain a report was to contact their county board of elections.
Beginning this month, and in advance of the upcoming campaign finance deadline on January 29th, any local candidate or committee may choose to use boefile.ohiosos.gov to submit their report. By doing so, they will make it far easier for voters to view campaign finance reports online. Check out Secretary LaRose’s video below.
Other Recent Highlights:
- Secretary LaRose zoomed into the Hawkins School in Chesterland to speak to a class of juniors and seniors on the importance of the 2020 election, the 2020 census, and redistricting.
- Root Inc. invited Secretary LaRose to speak to their team members on the importance of election security and the election process.
- Secretary LaRose participated in the bi-monthly National Association of Secretaries of State Elections Committee call. LaRose was elected by his colleagues around the country to co-chair this important committee.