Election Results: Ohio Secretary of State


Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose faces Democrat Chelsea Clark, a suburban Cincinnati City Council member and businesswoman and independent candidate for Terpeshore “Tore” Maras in the November general election. Click here.PGlmcmFtZSBjbGFzcz0iYXAtZW1iZWQiIHRpdGxlPSJMaXZlIGVsZWN0aW9uIHJlc3VsdHMgdmlhIHRoZSBBc3NvY2lhdGVkIFByZXNzIiBzcmM9Imh0dHBzOi8vaW50ZXJhY3RpdmVzLmFwLm9yZy9lbGVjdGlvbi1yZXN1bHRzL2N1c3RvbWVycy9sYXlvdXRzL29yZ2FuaXphdGlvbi1sYXlvdXRzL3B1Ymxpc2hlZC81ODcwNS81NzA4Lmh0bWwiIHdpZHRoPSIxMDAlIiBmcmFtZWJvcmRlcj0iMCIgc2Nyb2xsaW5nPSJubyIgbWFyZ2luaGVpZ2h0PSIwIj48L2lmcmFtZT48c2NyaXB0IGRlZmVyIHNyYz0iaHR0cHM6Ly9pbnRlcmFjdGl2ZXMuYXAub3JnL2VsZWN0aW9uLXJlc3VsdHMvYXNzZXRzL21pY3Jvc2l0ZS9yZXNpemVDbGllbnQuanMiPjwvc2NyaXB0Pg==CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO MAIN ELECTION RESULTS PAGEOhio Secretary of State Frank LaRose faces Democrat Chelsea Clark, a suburban Cincinnati City Council member and businesswoman and independent candidate Terpeshore “Tore” Maras in November’s general election. LaRose won the Republican nomination for his second term. Clark ran unopposed in the primary. Maras, a conservative podcaster who embraces former President Donald Trump’s discredited claims of a stolen 2020 election is eligible to run for Ohio secretary of state this fall, the state’s high court has heard. at the beginning of last month. LaRose, a former Green Beret and former state senator, had supported Trump in his inaugural run for president and was part of a team handling the logistics of Trump’s inauguration in 2017. This year, LaRose s found himself in the spotlight again due to his dual roles as state election chief and GOP representative on Ohio’s seven-member redistricting commission tasked with drawing new maps legislative. LaRose announced a new Public Integrity Unit in response to what he called Americans’ “crisis of confidence” in the process while acknowledging the state’s reputation for safe voting. The unit, which will take effect in October, will consolidate and highlight the investigative work of the Ohio Secretary of State and eventually have one or more dedicated investigators, LaRose said in a statement. Her Democratic challenger, Clark, is a small business owner, city councilor, sixth-generation farmer, and single mother. According to her website, Clark grew up in Allen County and graduated from Elida High School. She then went to the University of Miami and studied business, started the ACLU’s campus chapter, and helped organize better salaries for university employees. Before joining Forest Park Town Council, she worked as a financial analyst and teacher and started a non-profit organization. to provide services to area parents who help their children learn math and science. On the topic of election integrity, Clark said she plans to strengthen the state’s cybersecurity and guard against foreign interference, modernize the nationwide voter registration database state and hold black money accountable. Terpeshore “Tore” Maras will appear on ballots as an independent. of the QAnon conspiracy in his “Tore Says” podcast. The Ohio Supreme Court split 4-2 in its decision, with Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor, a Republican, joining the court’s three Democrats, Justices Pat DeWine and Pat Fischer dissenting and the judge Sharon Kennedy not participating. The move marks the latest twist in Maras’ rollercoaster bid to seek the Ohio election oversight job. She previously met the deadline to run as a Republican candidate in the February ballot, but failed to obtain the required valid signatures. voter – filed a dispute, claiming that a number of his signatures were invalid. A judge ruled in favor of the official, and LaRose’s office upheld that decision and invalidated his candidacy. According to her website, her goals, if elected, include returning to paper ballots, removing voting machines and making ID cards free.

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose faces Democrat Chelsea Clark, a suburban Cincinnati City Council member and businesswoman and independent candidate for Terpeshore “Tore” Maras in the November general election.

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Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose faces Democrat Chelsea Clark, a suburban Cincinnati City Council member and businesswoman and independent candidate for Terpeshore “Tore” Maras in the November general election. LaRose won the Republican nomination for his second term. Clark ran unopposed in the primary.

Maras, a conservative podcaster who embraces former President Donald Trump’s discredited claims of a stolen 2020 election is eligible to run for Ohio secretary of state this fall, the state’s high court has heard. at the beginning of last month.

LaRose, a former Green Beret and former state senator, had supported Trump in his inaugural run for president and was part of a team handling the logistics of Trump’s 2017 inauguration.

This year, LaRose once again found himself in the spotlight due to his dual role as state election chief and GOP representative on the seven-member Ohio Redistricting Commission charged with drawing new legislative maps.

LaRose announced a new Public Integrity Unit in response to what he called Americans’ “crisis of confidence” in the electoral process, while acknowledging the state’s reputation for safe voting.

The unit, which will take effect in October, will consolidate and highlight the investigative work of the Ohio Secretary of State and eventually have one or more dedicated investigators, LaRose said in a statement.

Her Democratic challenger, Clark, is a small business owner, city councilor, sixth-generation farmer and single mother.

According to her website, Clark grew up in Allen County and graduated from Elida High School. She then went to the University of Miami and studied business, started the ACLU’s campus chapter, and helped organize better salaries for university employees.

Prior to joining Forest Park Town Council, she worked as a financial analyst and teacher and started a non-profit organization to provide services to area parents who help their children learn math and science.

In her plan, Clark explains that she is committed to ending election purges, expanding automatic voter registration, extending voting hours, introducing same-day voter registration, allowing voter registration and ballot applications.

On election integrity, Clark said she plans to strengthen the state’s cybersecurity and guard against foreign interference, modernize the nationwide voter registration database state and to hold black money accountable.

Terpeshore “Tore” Maras will appear on ballots as an independent.

Maras embraces aspects of the QAnon conspiracy in his “Tore Says” podcast.

The Ohio Supreme Court split 4-2 in its ruling, with Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor, a Republican, joining the court’s three Democrats, Justices Pat DeWine and Pat Fischer dissenting, and Justice Sharon Kennedy not participating.

The decision marks the latest twist in Maras’ rollercoaster bid to seek the Ohio election oversight job. She previously met the deadline to run as a Republican candidate in the February ballot, but failed to obtain the required valid signatures.

LaRose’s office later cleared her to run as an independent, but a Republican official – acting in her capacity as an Ohio voter – filed a challenge, saying a number of her signatures were not were invalid. A the judge ruled in favor of the official and LaRose’s office upheld that decision and invalidated his candidacy. According to her website, her goals, if elected, include returning to paper ballots, removing voting machines and making ID cards free.

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