The Latvian Association of Regions or Latvian Regional Alliance (Latvian: Latvijas Reģionu apvienība, LRA) is a centrist political party in Latvia.
It was founded as an alliance on 13 March 2014 and is headed by former MP Edvards Smiltēns. It won 8 seats in the Saeima at the 2014 parliamentary election. The LRA contested the elections as a political alliance of several smaller regionalist parties, including the Regional Alliance, the LSDSP, the Christian Democratic Union and the Vidzeme Party. The first leader of the alliance was Mārtiņš Bondars until stepping down and leaving the alliance in 2017, after which he was succeeded by Nellija Kleinberga. In the lead up to the 2018 elections, the LSDSP and the Christian Democrats left the alliance.
On 22 August 2020, two of the parties making up the alliance – For Ogre Municipality and the Regional Alliance voted to reorganize LRA into a single political party. The other members – the Vidzeme Party and three NGOs voted to continue as affiliated cooperation partners under the LRA banner.