Octoberfest: ‘Vote Trump’


The crowd laughs following a wisecrack made on presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, a Democrat, by state auditor Dave Yost during Thursday’s Octoberfest event.


Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, center, speaks to attendees on Thursday evening at Octoberfest, an annual event hosted by the Madison County Republican Party at the fairgrounds. Husted and other Republican leaders, including state auditor Dave Yost and U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers, encouraged attendees to vote the party’s ticket Nov. 8. Local Republican chairman Steve Saltsman, left, announced the party has opened a headquarters at 25 S. Main St. in London. Hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.


More than 100 people attended Thursday’s Republican Octoberfest.


U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Upper Arlington), who is challenged by Democrat Scott Wharton on the Nov. 8 ballot, asks for support during the party’s Octoberfest event on Thursday. Regarding the presidential election, he said, “We could overcome four years of Hillary Clinton, but why would we want to? Vote for Donald Trump.”


Ohio Auditor Dave Yost speaks to attendees at Octoberfest. Describing himself as someone “who just might run for attorney general in 2017.” Yost encouraged fellow Republicans to vote for Donald Trump as president because the position appoints many other federal jobs. “Even if you don’t like him, you’re going to like the people he brings better than the people she [Hillary Clinton] would bring,” Yost said.


The crowd laughs following a wisecrack made on presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, a Democrat, by state auditor Dave Yost during Thursday’s Octoberfest event.

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, center, speaks to attendees on Thursday evening at Octoberfest, an annual event hosted by the Madison County Republican Party at the fairgrounds. Husted and other Republican leaders, including state auditor Dave Yost and U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers, encouraged attendees to vote the party’s ticket Nov. 8. Local Republican chairman Steve Saltsman, left, announced the party has opened a headquarters at 25 S. Main St. in London. Hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.

More than 100 people attended Thursday’s Republican Octoberfest.

U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Upper Arlington), who is challenged by Democrat Scott Wharton on the Nov. 8 ballot, asks for support during the party’s Octoberfest event on Thursday. Regarding the presidential election, he said, “We could overcome four years of Hillary Clinton, but why would we want to? Vote for Donald Trump.”

Ohio Auditor Dave Yost speaks to attendees at Octoberfest. Describing himself as someone “who just might run for attorney general in 2017.” Yost encouraged fellow Republicans to vote for Donald Trump as president because the position appoints many other federal jobs. “Even if you don’t like him, you’re going to like the people he brings better than the people she [Hillary Clinton] would bring,” Yost said.

The crowd laughs following a wisecrack made on presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, a Democrat, by state auditor Dave Yost during Thursday’s Octoberfest event.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/31/2016/10/web1_crowdlaughs-1.jpgThe crowd laughs following a wisecrack made on presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, a Democrat, by state auditor Dave Yost during Thursday’s Octoberfest event.

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, center, speaks to attendees on Thursday evening at Octoberfest, an annual event hosted by the Madison County Republican Party at the fairgrounds. Husted and other Republican leaders, including state auditor Dave Yost and U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers, encouraged attendees to vote the party’s ticket Nov. 8. Local Republican chairman Steve Saltsman, left, announced the party has opened a headquarters at 25 S. Main St. in London. Hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/31/2016/10/web1_hustedtalks-1.jpgOhio Secretary of State Jon Husted, center, speaks to attendees on Thursday evening at Octoberfest, an annual event hosted by the Madison County Republican Party at the fairgrounds. Husted and other Republican leaders, including state auditor Dave Yost and U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers, encouraged attendees to vote the party’s ticket Nov. 8. Local Republican chairman Steve Saltsman, left, announced the party has opened a headquarters at 25 S. Main St. in London. Hours will be 4 to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.

More than 100 people attended Thursday’s Republican Octoberfest.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/31/2016/10/web1_octoberfestfood-1.jpgMore than 100 people attended Thursday’s Republican Octoberfest.

U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Upper Arlington), who is challenged by Democrat Scott Wharton on the Nov. 8 ballot, asks for support during the party’s Octoberfest event on Thursday. Regarding the presidential election, he said, “We could overcome four years of Hillary Clinton, but why would we want to? Vote for Donald Trump.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/31/2016/10/web1_stiversoctoberfest-1.jpgU.S. Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Upper Arlington), who is challenged by Democrat Scott Wharton on the Nov. 8 ballot, asks for support during the party’s Octoberfest event on Thursday. Regarding the presidential election, he said, “We could overcome four years of Hillary Clinton, but why would we want to? Vote for Donald Trump.”

Ohio Auditor Dave Yost speaks to attendees at Octoberfest. Describing himself as someone “who just might run for attorney general in 2017.” Yost encouraged fellow Republicans to vote for Donald Trump as president because the position appoints many other federal jobs. “Even if you don’t like him, you’re going to like the people he brings better than the people she [Hillary Clinton] would bring,” Yost said.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/31/2016/10/web1_yosttalks-1.jpgOhio Auditor Dave Yost speaks to attendees at Octoberfest. Describing himself as someone “who just might run for attorney general in 2017.” Yost encouraged fellow Republicans to vote for Donald Trump as president because the position appoints many other federal jobs. “Even if you don’t like him, you’re going to like the people he brings better than the people she [Hillary Clinton] would bring,” Yost said.