The swearing-in of Ohio's next state treasurer kicks off a long weekend of inaugural events for new statewide officeholders.
All five of the state's executive offices opened up this year as a result of term limits, and Republicans maintained control of all five.
Former state representative Robert Sprague has the first inaugural of the group, a swearing-in, in Findlay tonight at the Hancock Hotel. He replaces Republican Josh Mandel.
Former state representative and Senate president Keith Faber takes his oath as Ohio's next auditor on Saturday at the Mercer County courthouse.
Former Senator Frank LaRose will be sworn in as secretary of state on Saturday in Akron.
Former state auditor David Yost and former secretary of state Jon Husted will be sworn in Monday as attorney general and lieutenant governor, respectively, as is governor-elect Mike DeWine.