Ohio Precinct Strategy to Hold Event to Encourage Participation

Ohio Precinct Strategy, a group that supports the involvement of individuals at the local level, will hold an event to inform residents of the state on ways to participate in local elections.

The event will take place on Saturday, June 18, for the majority of the day and be located at Tom’s Country Place in Avon.

Individuals will learn about the “Precinct Strategy.” The strategy aims to engage voters in becoming poll observers at locations across the country.

“We are a group of Ohio citizens that want the voice of the people to be heard and acted on in our local, state, and federal government. We believe for that to happen, we must get involved. We have sat on the sidelines far too long. We need to engage,” the group explained about its members. “One way to create confidence in our election process is to participate. We want to enable you to do just that. If you are passionate about free and fair elections, if you love our country and our state, we need your help.”

Attendees of the event will hear from journalist Lara Logan, Col. Fred Stein, and Ohio Precinct Strategy founder Hava Loudon,

The national movement, which was started by Dan Schultz in Arizona, has been endorsed by former President Trump.

“Just heard about an incredible effort underway that will strengthen the Republican Party. The ‘Precinct Strategy’ is enlisting America First Patriots to their local County Republican Party committees, positions which are too often left vacant. If members of our Great movement start getting involved (that means YOU becoming a precinct committeeman for your voting precinct), we can take back our great Country from the ground up,” Trump said in a statement.

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Cooper Moran is a reporter for The Ohio Star and The Star News Network. Email tips to [email protected]



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