May 3rd Primary Election Begins
With military and overseas ballots sent out this past weekend and early in-person and absentee voting beginning Tuesday, the May 3rd primary election has officially begun.
Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose is dedicated to ensuring Ohioans are equipped with timely and trusted information about voting. With that mission in mind, early this week Secretary LaRose spoke to dozens of radio and television stations throughout the state to spread the word about Monday’s voter registration deadline and the start of early voting.
The Secretary took advantage of the start of early voting this Tuesday by stopping at the Franklin County Board of Elections to cast his ballot. There, he also met with election officials and their poll worker recruitment team. Tens of thousands of Democrats and Republicans are needed each election to serve their communities as poll workers. If you or someone you know is interested in serving on May 3rd, visit VoteOhio.gov/DefendDemocracy.
On Wednesday, Secretary LaRose also visited the Guernsey County Board of Elections in Cambridge. With early voting in full swing, the Secretary met with the hard-working staff that are dedicated to a single mission — ensuring a secure, accurate and accessible election for every voter. Read more about Secretary LaRose’s visit.
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Discussing American Energy Solutions
As Ohioans face skyrocketing gas prices and amid a shifting geopolitical landscape, American energy independence is becoming even more vital. This week, Secretary LaRose met with the oil and gas business owners and industry experts and toured the Guernsey Power Station in Byesville. There, the Secretary saw an example of one of the countless energy solutions Ohio offers to help make America energy independent and less reliant on foreign sources. This industry employ thousands of Ohio workers and powers millions of homes each year.
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