COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The swearing-in of Ohio’s next state treasurer kicks off an extended weekend of inaugural occasions for brand spanking new statewide officeholders.
All five of the state’s government workplaces opened up this yr because of term limits. Republicans maintained management of all five.
State Rep. Robert Sprague has the first inaugural of the group, a swearing-in in Findlay Friday evening. He replaces Republican Josh Mandel.
State Sen. Frank LaRose is sworn in as secretary of state at noon Saturday in Akron. State Rep. Keith Faber takes his oath as Ohio’s subsequent auditor that same day in Celina. They succeed Republicans Jon Husted and Dave Yost, respectively.
Yost and Husted are sworn in Monday as lawyer basic and lieutenant governor, respectively, as is Gov.-elect Mike DeWine.