Romney-Ryan Bus Tour to Stop in Portage

Early Vote Express Bus Tour will feature Kansas governor

The Romney-Ryan "Commit to Mitt Early Vote Express" bus tour will make a stop in Portage County Tuesday morning.

The bus stop is meant to highlight early voting and to rally volunteers for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, according to a campaign official.

Sam Brownback, governor of Kansas will be aboard the bus, which is scheduled to stop at the Portage County Board of Elections at 11:15 a.m. The elections offices are located in Ravenna, OH, at 449 S. Meridian St.

The Romney campaign offices in Portage are in Kent at Acorn Alley.

Myron Holley October 23, 2012 at 11:07 AM
Great thing is He pays his own way. Our great prez [ ick] costs us every time he comes in to town. As if his taxes and failed policy's were not enough.
James Stewart Macdonald October 23, 2012 at 01:19 PM
Isn't it illegal in Ohio to campaign at voting place where voting is taking place, as it is at the Board of Elections in Ravenna because of early voting?
Nancy Roe October 24, 2012 at 01:42 PM
President Obama, does not get a free ride. He will be billed by either the city or county in which he visited. The mess he was elected into (from the Bush Adm.) would take alot longer than 4 years to straigten out. Anyone with a brain should know that unless they think they could do better. To vote for Obama is to continued the change he has started. To vote for Romney would kill our middle class. Voting for Obama is giving us the best chance for a better recovery. Nancy Roe


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