MINERAL CITY, OH –– This weekend, Ted Strickland campaigned across the state as part of his “Ohio is Not for Sale” tour. At each stop, Strickland laid out the stakes in this election and highlighted how he’ll fight for working people in the Senate –– in contrast to Senator Portman who has been propped up by millions of dollars in campaign spending from his rich and powerful friends in exchange for pushing their agenda at the expense of Ohioans who actually work for a living.
Strickland visited volunteers and organizers at an Ohio Together coordinated campaign office in Delaware, thanking them for their hard work and highlighting the stakes of this election.
Strickland stopped by the Richland County Democratic Party’s headquarters in Mansfield, where he greeted supporters and urged the assembled Democrats to get involved and volunteer for the last 37 days of the election.
On Sunday, Strickland traveled to Canton and joined Stark County Clerk of Courts Louis P. Giavasis to greet voters and watch the Cleveland Browns game.
Finally, Strickland capped off the weekend by joining former Dover, Ohio police captain Bob Everett at Mineral City’s Atwood Fall Festival.