We’re answering the call to D.C. to Fight forPresident Trump on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, and we have a bus arranged to depart from here in Lorain County. Grab a seat.
Folks from around the world are counting on U.S. to get Trump re-elected. Read their letters here. They are sobering.
What: Fight for Trump! Bus Trip to D.C. Date: Wednesday, January 6, 2021 Time schedule for Roundtrip: Outbound Trip (Ohio to D.C.) 2:30 a.m. Check-in and Board Bus 3:00 a.m. Bus departs from Lowe’s 11:00 a.m. (approx.) Bus arrives in Washington, D.C.
Return Trip (D.C. to Ohio) 4:30 p.m. Check-in and Board Bus 5:00 p.m. Bus departs from D.C. 1:00 a.m. (approx.) Bus arrives at Lowe’s in Elyria
Ohio Bus Departure & Car Parking Location: Lowe’s, 646 Midway Blvd., Elyria (MAP) You may leave your car at Lowe’s while on trip or have someone drop you off. Cost: $65 **Can’t afford? We have SEVERAL bus seat scholarships available from generous donors. Click here. Bus host: Yours truly Questions? Click here.
Share this post with your family and friends. Ask them to join you on this one-day roundtrip then grab a seat while they last. See list of other Ohio bus departure locations.
Lorain County, Ohio – Totally Engaged Americans (TEA) of Lorain County published their voter guide today for use in the 2020 General Election in Ohio. TEA foundational values are constitutionally limited government, fiscal responsibility and free markets and the organization seeks to support candidates and issues that most closely aline with these values.
The last day ‘Election Day’ of voting season is quickly approaching, November 3. Voters have been voting in high numbers during early voting at the Lorain County Board of Elections office, 1985 N. Ridge Rd., Lorain, since October 6. Early voting ends on Monday, November 2.
If you have your absentee ballot at your house be sure to complete it and return it in person or by mail.
In-person returning ballot? A drop-box is available at the Lorain County BOE office 24/7. Voters can also go through the ballot drop-off drive thru which is open at the BOE office the same hours as in-person absentee voting during the week. Deadline to return your ballot in person is Tuesday, November 3, at 7:30 pm, when the polls close.
If mailing back your absentee ballot, it must be postmarked by November 2, 2020, and received by the board of elections by November 13, 2020. See answers to this and other frequently asked questions here.
Investigative Journalist Jack Windsor will be speaking for Totally Engaged Americans this Saturday, August 8, 2020. Click here for details.
He is one of the few if not the only reporter in the press conferences with Governor DeWine asking the questions we all would like to know the answers to.
To give you a glimpse into some of his work, see this article titled, “Governor DeWine suppresses data disproving COVID-19 policies” or read his testimony before the Ohio House State and Local Government Committee.
Want to see Jack in action asking a question of Governor DeWine? Here is a sampling from recent press conference.
Jack has a fan club on Facebook though recently the fan club page was removed by Facebook. Jack explains:
Jack has been very busy. There’s more in his search for the truth about COVID-19 in Ohio. If you search the Watch module on Facebook using the term “Jack Windsor” you’ll see several very in-depth and informative recordings that he is a part of and leading. Page one of recent search results:
Join folks in Lorain County this Saturday morning, August 8, to hear Jack Windsor in person. 8:30 am Coffee and Donuts 9:00 am Program with Jack Windsor speaking. Location: 44905 N. Ridge Rd., Amherst, Ohio (MAP). Admission: Free for first- time guests and students, $3 for all others. This includes the refreshments.