The 83rd District State Representative is ready to be Ohio’s chief financial officer.
Robert Sprague talking to the Allen County Republicans Friday afternoon about his run for Ohio Treasurer. Sprague served as auditor and treasurer for the City of Findlay before he was voted to take over the 83rd House District Seat. Sprague pushed forward a lot of legislation to help Ohio battle the growing opiate problem. Even though the treasurer's office deals with the state money, Sprague says he has a plan, if elected, that would help fight the opioid problem.
"Something I can do in the treasurer’s office is bring forward an innovative financing model to bring private money, new fresh ideas from the private sector to bear on the heroin issue. So we can provide that financing mechanism in the treasurer's office, to put our shoulder to the wheel in every single office, try and address this epidemic in the State of the Ohio," said Robert Sprague, Republican candidate for Ohio Treasurer.
Sprague does not have a challenger in the May Primary, but he will face either Neil Patel or Rob Richardson on the Democratic side of the ticket in the November Election.