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August 24, 2016 - accent chair
ABOVE: Former Ohio First Lady Frances Strickland plays a strain on a guitar — ancillary her father Ted Strickland’s bid for U.S. Senate — as Becky Allen, who announced her retirement as a internal celebration treasurer, and former Bellefontaine mayor Gail Hamilton applaud during a end of a Logan County Democratic Party’s annual cruise Tuesday dusk during Southview Park. HOME PAGE SLIDE SHOW PHOTO: Ohio’s Democratic Party vice-chair Rhine McLin, standing, greets former Ohio First Lady Frances Strickland as she listens to former city councilman Jim Sanford, right. (EXAMINER PHOTOS | REUBEN MEES)
Two burning womanlike faces of a Ohio Democratic Party looked to vitalise internal electorate with inspirational speeches interspersed with campfire tunes on Tuesday evening.
Former Ohio First Lady Frances Strickland, whose father Ted Strickland is looking to replace Republican obligatory U.S. Sen. Rob Portman on Nov. 8, offering insights into her husband’s domestic platform, while picking out tunes on a guitar that also poked fun during Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
She urged electorate “Don’t be a grump who votes for Trump” and invoked biblical hymn in her Kentucky accent as she likened him to Sampson whose energy would be mislaid when Democrats “cut off his hair.”
But a bearing of her summary — and that of Ohio Party Vice-Chair Rhine McLin — was to get out a opinion to support Ted Strickland and Hillary Clinton.
The disproportion between Democrats and Republicans is about assisting people, Mrs. Strickland said.
“As Democrats, we consider about other people,” she said. “We caring about people carrying entrance to peculiarity health care. We caring about good open education. We consider over ourselves, about a associate people and a communities we live in.”
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