For Immediate Release
Contact David Spurrier, BCDP Communications Director, 513-593-2302
Hamilton, OH – The Butler County Democratic Party is meeting prior to the June 7th Special Election for the OH 8th Congressional seat. The meeting is Thursday, May 26, 2016 in the auditorium at the Butler Tech Educational Resource Center (D. Russell Lee Campus), located at 3603 Hamilton-Middletown Road, Hamilton, OH 45011. The meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. and is open to the public.
Join us in Middletown on Tuesday evening (May 24) from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. We'll be calling Democrats to remind them about the June 7th Special Election to replace John Boehner. Bring your own cell phone and we'll supply the list of Democrats to call.
What: GOTV Phone Bank
Where: Triple Moon Coffee Company, 1100 Central Ave., Middletown
When: Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Two local officials are calling for state and national legislators to increase spending on infrastructure projects such as repairing roads, bridges and sewer lines to create more jobs in the state.
Monroe Vice Mayor Suzi Rubin and Middletown Vice Mayor Dora Bronston were joined Wednesday by Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper to advocate for proposals in the Ohio Statehouse that they said would boost infrastructure investment and create good paying jobs.
MONROE -- Monroe Vice Mayor Suzi Rubin, Middletown Vice Mayor Dora Bronston and Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper were at the Southwest Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters in Butler County, Ohio, to recognize “National Infrastructure Week” and call for increased investments in repairing roads, bridges and water infrastructure to create jobs across Ohio.
“Labor and business agree on the need to repair, improve and expand America’s crumbling infrastructure,” said Pepper. “We need to put America to work building bridges, not walls.”
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