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Rep. Robert Cole Sprague

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Treasurer

City of Findlay
 
Background

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Bachelor of Science , mechanical engineering
    Duke University
  • Master of Business Administration
    University of North Carolina
  • master , business administration
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • master's degree , business administration
    University of North Carolina , Chapel Hill
  • mechanical engineering degree
    Duke University
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Robert Cole Sprague is currently serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives, following his appointment in February 2011. He serves the 83rd District, which consists of Hancock and Hardin Counties, as well as parts of Logan County. Robert currently serves on the House Insurance and Finance Committees, and as Chairman of the Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Committee.
A native of Findlay, Robert comes to the Ohio House having most recently served as City Auditor for the City of Findlay. He served as lead financial officer to guide Findlay through its budget crisis of 2008-2009, has served as treasurer for the City of Findlay, and worked tirelessly in the aftermath of the worst flood to hit the City of Findlay since 1913.
Robert graduated from Duke University in Durham, N.C. with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering in 1996. As a team member at Ernst & Young, he served as project lead on a number of high-profile engagements with Fortune 500 companies. Robert formed his own consulting firm in Atlanta in 1999, and graduated 7th in his class with a master's degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Following graduation, he returned to his hometown of Findlay to pursue public service. Robert and his wife, Amanda, reside in Findlay with their five children.
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Robert Sprague, of Findlay, made a $55,000 donation to the Ohio House Republican Organization, Columbus, which accounts for the bulk of his pre-election spending. Sprague's campaign committee reported $60,000 in spending so far, according to campaign finance reports filed Thursday with the Ohio Secretary of State. Sprague is being challenged in the March 15 primary by Kevin Rettig, a Findlay businessman, for the GOP nomination to represent the 83rd House District.
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Sprague, of 830 S. Main St., is serving his third term representing the 83rd District in the Ohio House. He is a former auditor for the City of Findlay.
Robert Sprague, R-Findlay, will ...
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Robert Sprague, R-Findlay, will have both Republican and Democratic competition.
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Sprague will face a familiar opponent in the March 15 Republican primary. Kevin Rettig, of 868 S. Main St., will challenge Sprague for the party's nomination.
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A Findlay businessman, Rettig challenged Sprague for the GOP nomination in 2012, and ran against him as an independent candidate in November 2014.
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Sprague, of 830 S. Main St., is serving his third term representing the 83rd District in the Ohio House. He is a former auditor for the City of Findlay.
Congressman Sprague speaks at ...
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Congressman Sprague speaks at Ada Kiwanis
Information submitted Thursday, October 09, 2014 6:00 AM ADA - At a joint meeting of the Ada Kiwanis and Rotary Chubs held on Tuesday, Sept. 30, at 12 p.m. in Ohio Northern University's McIntosh Center, members welcomed Ohio Representative Robert Sprague (R-83).
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Sprague is currently serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives, following his appointment in February 2011.
Sprague serves the 83rd District, which consists of Hancock and Hardin Counties, as well as parts of Logan County. Sprague currently serves on the House Insurance and Finance Committees and as Chairman of the Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Committee. A native of Findlay, Sprague comes to the Ohio House, having most recently served as City Auditor for the City of Findlay.
Sprague served as lead financial officer to guide Findlay through its budget crisis of 2008-2009, has served as treasurer for the City of Findlay, and worked tirelessly in the aftermath of the worst flood to hit the City of Findlay since 1913.
Sprague graduated from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering in 1996. As a team member at Ernst & Young, he served as project lead on a number of high-profile engagements with Fortune 500 companies. Sprague formed his own consulting firm in Atlanta in 1999, and graduated seventh in his class with a master's degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Following graduation, Sprague returned to his hometown of Findlay to pursue public service. Sprague and his wife, Amanda, reside in Findlay with their five children.
Sprague spoke about the Ohio House legislation requiring every county to have the full spectrum of opioid addiction recovery treatment and recovery housing. Sprague was the chair of the House Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Committee, which traveled around Ohio last summer learning about and studying drug abuse and addiction. House Bill 369 was introduced into the legislature in December 2013, but its provisions were incorporated into House Bill 483 as part of the mid-biennium budget review (MBR) process.
The bill requires that each county board of alcohol, drug addiction and mental health services (ADAMHS) establish of full spectrum of care, resources and treatment services for opioid and co-occurring drug addiction. Sprague said that the legislation is making a difference and it is beginning to show positive results in stemming the very-rising problem of substance abuse.
Sprague concluded his remarks by answering several questions from those in attendance.
Congressman Sprague speaks at ...
www.adaherald.com [cached]
Congressman Sprague speaks at Ada Kiwanis
Information submitted Thursday, October 09, 2014 6:00 AM ADA - At a joint meeting of the Ada Kiwanis and Rotary Chubs held on Tuesday, Sept. 30, at 12 p.m. in Ohio Northern University's McIntosh Center, members welcomed Ohio Representative Robert Sprague (R-83).
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Sprague is currently serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives, following his appointment in February 2011.
Sprague serves the 83rd District, which consists of Hancock and Hardin Counties, as well as parts of Logan County. Sprague currently serves on the House Insurance and Finance Committees and as Chairman of the Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Committee. A native of Findlay, Sprague comes to the Ohio House, having most recently served as City Auditor for the City of Findlay.
Sprague served as lead financial officer to guide Findlay through its budget crisis of 2008-2009, has served as treasurer for the City of Findlay, and worked tirelessly in the aftermath of the worst flood to hit the City of Findlay since 1913.
Sprague graduated from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering in 1996. As a team member at Ernst & Young, he served as project lead on a number of high-profile engagements with Fortune 500 companies. Sprague formed his own consulting firm in Atlanta in 1999, and graduated seventh in his class with a master's degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Following graduation, Sprague returned to his hometown of Findlay to pursue public service. Sprague and his wife, Amanda, reside in Findlay with their five children.
Sprague spoke about the Ohio House legislation requiring every county to have the full spectrum of opioid addiction recovery treatment and recovery housing. Sprague was the chair of the House Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Committee, which traveled around Ohio last summer learning about and studying drug abuse and addiction. House Bill 369 was introduced into the legislature in December 2013, but its provisions were incorporated into House Bill 483 as part of the mid-biennium budget review (MBR) process.
The bill requires that each county board of alcohol, drug addiction and mental health services (ADAMHS) establish of full spectrum of care, resources and treatment services for opioid and co-occurring drug addiction. Sprague said that the legislation is making a difference and it is beginning to show positive results in stemming the very-rising problem of substance abuse.
Sprague concluded his remarks by answering several questions from those in attendance.
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