American Greatness Ohio Schedules Forum for November 1 Near Cincinnati

A new event in the forum series being hosted by American Greatness PAC throughout the Buckeye State will take place in the Cincinnati area on Tuesday, November 1, one week before Election Day. 

The forum is the third the conservative political action committee is hosting, having already held an event in the Cleveland-Akron-Canton region and planning a forum that will occur east of Columbus on October 25 but for which tickets are no longer being sold online. 

Former Congressman Jim Renacci (R-OH-16), who chairs American Greatness PAC, will moderate the November 1 panel with several of Ohio’s right-leaning political and cultural leaders to consider their movement’s strategy for unity as well as electoral and policy success. The discussion will take place at Freedom Church in Sharonville. Those interested in attending can purchase tickets on the American Greatness PAC website. 

Activists to participate include the Ohio Press Network’s Jack Windsor, State Representative Jennifer Gross (R-West Chester), businessman Bernie Moreno, Pastor J.C. Church, Ohio Gun Owners Executive Director Chris Dorr, attorney Curt Hartman, and Republican State Central Committee District 5 member Jessica Franz. A vendor area with tables staffed by conservative organizations will open at 5:30 p.m. and the panel will commence at 7 p.m.

The first event, held at the Thirsty Cowboy in Medina, was packed full of right-leaning Ohioans enthused to ensure the state leadership reflects the conservatism of the Ohio electorate. Renacci, who took the helm at American Greatness PAC this year, recently told The Ohio Star he plans to work with movement partners to soon create a legislative scorecard modeled on the Texas Scorecard to hold Buckeye State officials accountable for their policy decisions.

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Bradley Vasoli is managing editor of The Ohio Star. Follow Brad on Twitter at @BVasoli. Email tips to [email protected].



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