A Life of Service
Frank LaRose is Committed to Putting the Needs of Others Before His Own
From an early age Frank LaRose committed to putting the needs of others before his own. Frank is a decorated combat veteran, former member of the U.S. Army Special Forces, loving husband, son, brother and father who currently serves the citizens northeast Ohio in the Ohio Senate.
Frank grew up working on a small family-owned farm in Copley Township and first learned about his duty to serve others and live with honor as a Boy Scout. He eventually earned the rank of Eagle Scout. After graduating high school, he enlisted in the US Army.
Army Green Beret and Bronze Star Recipient
Frank is a decorated combat veteran with a decade of service in uniform. He is a former U.S. Army Special Forces Green Beret who earned a Bronze Star for his service in Iraq and has defended US interests around the world including in Iraq, Kosovo, Africa, Oman and on the US/Mexico Border.
During his deployments to Iraq and Kosovo he witnessed first-hand as people risked their lives to vote and participate in elections for the first time. That experience is what drives him to protect our rights here at home.
Leader in the Ohio Senate
dedicated and conscientious approach to solving problems
As a state senator, Frank has authored laws that encourage greater civic engagement, ensure every eligible Ohioan can vote, protect the integrity of the ballot box, modernize voter registration, prevent voter fraud, and ensure fair elections. He’s also worked to cut burdensome regulations on small businesses and make Ohio more welcoming to hard-working entrepreneurs. He has supported lower taxes for all Ohioans and cut red tape so free market enterprises can flourish and Ohio families can prosper.
Frank has developed a reputation as a bipartisan problem-solver who gets things done -- and who isn’t afraid to stand up to his own party when it’s in the best interest of Ohioans.
Frank is a proud graduate of The Ohio State University. He lives in Hudson with his wife Lauren and their three young daughters. Read more: