ORP Statement on Democrats’ Criticism of New Public Integrity Division

COLUMBUS—Today, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose announced a new initiative to expand investigative resources & focus on election integrity. Rather than join these efforts in a bipartisan manner, Ohio Democrats turned their backs on this innovative new program.

The Ohio Republican Party released the following statement regarding their criticism of the new Public Integrity Division:

“Democrats regularly mock law and order. They brush off concerns about election integrity, work to defund the police and open our borders. It should come as no surprise that they would take aim at a good government approach to streamlining public integrity efforts,” said Ohio Republican Party spokesman Dan Lusheck. “With the creation of a first-ever Public Integrity Division, Secretary LaRose is once again demonstrating his dedication to election integrity and fighting corruption.”