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Seth A. Morgan


Seth A. Morgan entered politics as a young man, seeking to make a difference through his passion for public policy, philosophy of a responsible government, and love for America.


He was elected to the City Council of Huber Heights, Ohio at the age of 23, becoming the youngest ever Huber Heights City Council Member. Serving seven years, Morgan spearheaded the successful effort to an historic, voluntary income tax decrease.


Elected to the Ohio House of Representatives in November of 2008, Morgan served as House Republican Policy Committee Chairman. During his tenure, he forced Governor Ted Strickland to be transparent with the public about his ineffective “evidence-based” education system.

Morgan currently serves as the CEO of MLA Companies-a financial service and advisory group that combines the talents of Morgan, Stuckey, and Troutwine, Certified Public Accountants and MLA Management Systems-a business advisory firm focusing on Chief Financial Officer outsourcing.

Morgan started MLA in 2006 and has grown the firm to one of the largest business advisory firms focused on CFO outsourcing in Southwest Ohio. Clients range from start-ups with emerging technologies to large, established private companies. MLA specializes in merging business disciplines and supplying practical business understanding.
A former radio host of Think Tank Radio on 55KRC (Cincinnati), Morgan covered policy issues in Ohio and the United States.


Morgan serves on numerous advisory boards including Ohio’s Family Policy Council for the nationally recognized organization, Citizen Link. He has advised on state policy for Americans for Prosperity’s Ohio Chapter and currently serves as the Chair of the Conservative Republican Leadership Committee.


Morgan is a regular speaker and has been recognized for his accomplishments in policy and business, including being one of Dayton Business Journal’s top CFOs, as well as becoming one of their prestigious “40 Under 40.” He has also earned the Citizens for Community Values’ William Wilberforce Award for leadership, and was recognized with the Sheriff Gary Haines Memorial Award for Outstanding Public Service.


He resides with his wife, and three children in Huber Heights, Ohio.

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