State Rep. LaTourette To Serve In Leadership Role In Ohio House Of Representatives
First-term local legislator elected by peers as Assistant Majority Whip

State Representative Sarah LaTourette (R-Bainbridge Twp.) was recently elected by her Republican colleagues in the Ohio House into a leadership position as Assistant Majority Whip. The caucus vote took place Tuesday afternoon and became official during Wednesday’s House session.

“I am incredibly humbled and honored that my colleagues entrust me with a leadership position,” LaTourette said. “I truly appreciate Speaker Rosenberger’s trust and confidence in asking me to run for this position, and the entire caucus for their unanimous support. I look forward to working with all our members in my new role as Assistant Majority Whip, and look forward to ensuring all Ohioans’ voices are heard in the legislative process.”

As assistant whip, LaTourette will monitor legislation and secure votes for legislation that will be considered on the House floor.

LaTourette is currently serving her first term in the Ohio House, representing the 76th District, which includes most of Geauga and northern Portage counties. Born and raised in northeast Ohio, LaTourette has worked in both private and nonprofit settings, including for an organization that supports individuals with Parkinson’s disease and their care partners.

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