VAN WERT, Ohio - Your Van Wert County Heart Land Patriots anticipate heavy traffic at their information booth, located in booth 61 in the Commercial Building on the Van Wert County Fairgrounds. A high traffic location just inside the south entrance into the Building, the Patriots will be diligently talking with voters and distributing information to motivate a high turnout in this November's critical Presidential election.
In addition, the Patriots are offering opportunities for fiscally and socially conservative local and statewide candidates an opportunity to meet and greet voters and have Q & A sessions with folks visiting their booth. Friday morning, Aug. 31, during Senior Citizens and Veterans Days at the Fair, the Patriots will host State Senator Cliff Hite of Findlay for a 10 a.m. meet and greet and Q & A session. Then, at 7 p.m. that same evening, State Representative candidate Tony Burkley of Payne will have the opportunity to meet and greet voters and answer their questions as to his preparedness for filling the spot vacated as long-time State Representative Lynn Wachtmann was redistricted out of Van Wert County.
Patriot's Fair Booth Director Rev. Keith Stoller invites other candidates to contact him at (419) 968-2869 for an opportunity to share their conservative credentials with Booth visitors during the Fair.
The Patriots are also working feverishly in an attempt to get U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel exposure to many more Van Wert area voters during the fair with a Q & A session in the information booth at the fair. Finally, Ohio residents from any county around the state of Ohio who have not yet registered to vote, may fill out voter registration forms at the Heart Land Patriots Fair Booth.
The Patriots will then send the new registrations to the appropriate County Board of Elections. Further information on the Patriot's Fair Booth activities may be received by phoning Rev. Keith Stoller, (419) 968-2869.