Fayette County Republicans hold grand opening of headquarters


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Many local Republicans were in attendance for the grand opening of the headquarters at 333 W. Court St. in Washington C.H.

Many local Republicans were in attendance for the grand opening of the headquarters at 333 W. Court St. in Washington C.H.


State Rep. Gary Scherer (left) attended the grand opening of the Fayette County Republicans’ headquarters recently. He is pictured with John Rhoad and Chuck Anderson.


The Fayette County Republicans recently held a grand opening of their campaign headquarters for the Nov. 6 midterm election.

The headquarters is located in the former Toyota building at 333 W. Court St. in Washington C.H., across from O’Reilly’s and Kentucky Fried Chicken. The headquarters will be open weekdays 3-6 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Election Day. The community is welcome to stop in and pick up campaign literature and yard signs, and to discuss issues and ask questions.

Joining the gathering were State Rep. Gary Scherer and Lisa Peterson, who spoke on behalf of her husband, State Sen. Bob Peterson, and for Keith Faber, who is running for Auditor of State. Rick Mead, County Captain for Frank LaRose, spoke about Frank’s background, including being an Army vet, and discussed the importance of the role of the Secretary of State.

Also coming by was Joey Boggs, Central Ohio Field Director for U.S. Senate candidate, Jim Renacci. Renacci is a U.S. House of Representative member from northeastern Ohio. Andrew Komornik, Ohio Republican Party Regional Field Director, ended by stressing the critical importance of this 2018 Nov. 6 midterm election.

Many local Republicans were in attendance for the grand opening of the headquarters at 333 W. Court St. in Washington C.H.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/09/web1_eIMG_6645-2-.jpgMany local Republicans were in attendance for the grand opening of the headquarters at 333 W. Court St. in Washington C.H.

State Rep. Gary Scherer (left) attended the grand opening of the Fayette County Republicans’ headquarters recently. He is pictured with John Rhoad and Chuck Anderson.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/09/web1_Scherer.jpgState Rep. Gary Scherer (left) attended the grand opening of the Fayette County Republicans’ headquarters recently. He is pictured with John Rhoad and Chuck Anderson.

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