Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Clinton is set to step in while President Barack Obama continues to focus on Hurricane Sandy.
Updated Oct. 31, 11:45 p.m. Bill Clinton is coming to Akron on Thursday to rally support for President Barack Obama. The former President will stump for Obama at 6 p.m. Thursday at the John S. Knight Center, located at 77 E. Mill St. in Akron, reports the Akron Beacon Journal. Doors will open to the public at 4:30 p.m. Click here for tickets Clinton's forthcoming arrival comes a day after the cancellation of Obama's University of Akron rally. According to whitehouse.gov, the President decided to remain in Washington D.C. to monitor Hurricane Sandy, and help coordinate the federal response and relief effort. Tickets obtained for Obama's canceled event will be honored Thursday at the Knight Center. Obama will return to Northeast Ohio …
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Tickets are free for the event featuring the Republican Vice Presidential candidate and the former Secretary of State.
Obama has Bruce Springsteen and Bill Clinton campaigning in Northeast Ohio on Thursday and now Romney has Paul Ryan and Condoleezza Rice campaigning here on Wednesday. The Ryan/Rice event is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Baldwin Wallace College in Berea, reported The Plain Dealer. Tickets are free and can be had by reaching out to the Romney campaign's Ohio website. Brecksille Republicans sent an excited email to their friends Tuesday night sharing the news and included mention that Brecksville Mayor Jerry Hruby will be on the slate of speakers.
Learn how you can get free tickets to see The Boss and the former president rally for Barack Obama's re-election in Parma on Oct. 18.
Want to see Bruce Springsteen and Bill Clinton in Parma on Thursday, Oct. 18? You'll need a ticket. Tickets for the event, in which The Boss and Clinton will stump for President Barack Obama's re-election, are free and will be handed out first-come, first-served, according to a news release. Tickets will be handed out starting at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15 and these Obama campaign office locations: Shaker Square Field Office 13100 Shaker Square Cleveland, Ohio 44120 Parma Field Office 5734 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 Lakewood Field Office 11822 Detroit Ave Lakewood, OH Lee & Harvard Field Office 4071 Lee Rd. Suite 110 Cleveland, OH 44128 Euclid Ave. Field Office 3740 Euclid Ave Cleveland, OH Thursday's event will be held at the Cuyahoga …
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Tickets to see the "Boss" and former President Bill Clinton will be free.
The Boss, Bruce Springsteen, and former President Bill Clinton will campaign for Barack Obama Oct. 18 in Northeast Ohio. Details on the free event are still developing but so far we know that the event will be in Parma. The Obama campaign announced the Springsteen event Saturday. “Bruce Springsteen’s values echo what the President and Vice President stand for: hard work, fairness, integrity,” said Jim Messina, Obama-Biden campaign manager in a prepared statement. Other media, including the Huffington Post have reported that Clinton will be joining him at the event. Although ticket information is not yet available, previous caampaign events have distributed tickets through following Obama for America offices:
Friday, September 14, 2012
From Bill Clinton to Clint Eastwood, Northeast Ohio Democrats and Republicans answered questions on the two parties national conventions.
Northeast Ohio Republicans and Democrats don't agree on much, but they do have similar reactions to the recently concluded Republican and Democratic national conventions. Bill Clinton's speech: Good. Clint Eastwood and the chair: Bad. GOP and Democratic insiders surveyed by Patch had generally favorable things to say about their candidates and the success of their own conventions. Patch received survey answers from 24 Democrats and 29 Republicans. A majority of Republicans surveyed became more confident of Republican Nominee Mitt Romney's chances of winning Ohio in November and believed he made a strong case of becoming president at the GOP convention in Tampa. "The story of the candidate and his family's personal background was effective…