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Rob McColley
Father, Husband & Senator for Ohio's 1st Senate District. Paid for by Citizens for McColley.
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Columbus Dispatch 10h
The last time Michigan beat Ohio State at Ohio Stadium... - was in high school - didn't exist yet, neither did the iPod - You could still see new episodes of Friends - Jim Harbaugh was playing in the NFL
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Rob McColley Nov 19
I always enjoy having young people from the district come visit us at the . Thank you for coming to visit and learn more about state government.
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Rob McColley Nov 15
Congratulations to for receiving this prestigious award! I can attest that it has been great to have The Buckeye Institute in our corner as we have fought to enact crucial, liberty focused legislation in Ohio!
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Rob McColley Nov 6
I‘m very humbled by the support the voters of NW Ohio have given me. Throughout my four years in the legislature, I‘ve fought hard to be a strong voice for the conservative values of NW Ohio. I‘m honored to be given another four years to represent NW Ohio in the General Assembly.
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Dave Burke Nov 6
Tonight we gained a Republican seat in the Ohio Senate bring us to a historic record of 25 seats. Teams matter and and our colleagues proved Ohio values have a voice
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NRA Nov 6
: Big win for Second Amendment supporters in Ohio today! Congratulations to and for their election to the state’s highest office!
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Jeremy Pelzer Nov 6
Ohio Republicans sweep statewide executive races, providing palpable evidence that Ohio's becoming (on the state level, at least) an enduringly Republican state
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GOP Nov 6
Congratulations to the next GOVERNOR of OHIO, !
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Julie Carr Smyth Nov 6
BREAKING: The Latest: GOP's LaRose elected Ohio Secretary of State
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Jeremy Pelzer Nov 6
. calls the Ohio treasurer's race for Republican over Democrat
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Joy Malek Oldfield Nov 6
Court programs save lives. Just read what this participant had to say about her involvement in drug court. Issue 1 destroys these programs across the State.
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Rob McColley Nov 6
Anna and I continued our Election Day tradition of voting together. Please take the time to vote today and, if possible, take your kids. Polls are open until 7:30 p.m.
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Frank LaRose Nov 6
Live from the polls: It’s get out and vote! Find your polling location and more at
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Robert Sprague Oct 12
ICYMI: Sprague endorsed by The Plain Dealer and Columbus Dispatch!
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Rob McColley Nov 5
All these trusted bipartisan and non-partisan organizations are AGAINST Issue 1. In spite of this massive opposition, Richard Cordray is FOR Issue 1! Choose wisely and vote for and the rest of the ticket! Our communities’ safety depends on it.
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Rob McColley Nov 4
Judges all over the state are against Issue 1! Take some time to read this piece from former Supreme Court Justice and current Executive Director Paul Pfeifer to see why.
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Jonathan Starn Nov 3
Issue 1 is bad for treatment and bad for Ohio. Please don't think this about the citizens of Ohio trying to initiate change. Issue 1 is out of state interests pushing a partisan political goal.
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Rob McColley Nov 4
Please read this touching letter that an Ohio judge received from someone who went through her drug court. Our drug courts work, because the judges have the ability to use the power of the court to hold people accountable. That all ends of Issue 1 passes.
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Ryan Smith Nov 3
Newspapers, business groups, law enforcement, and many other organizations across Ohio are united in saying NO to Issue 1. I urge all Ohio voters to join in opposing this ballot measure and rejecting the out-of-state special interests behind it.
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Rob McColley Nov 3
Doctors who specialize in treatment of drug addiction urge a NO vote on Issue 1! They say the change of possession of large amounts of drugs from felonies to misdemeanors “...is likely to inadvertently worsen the addiction problem in our communities.”
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