Wednesday, June 09, 2010

OH-18: Gibbs to Visit with Voters

Lakeville, OH - State Senator Bob Gibbs, candidate for Ohio's 18th Congressional District, will be visiting McConnelsville, Zanesville, and Coshocton this Saturday, June 12th. Gibbs will be hosting gatherings to speak to voters about his plan to reduce federal spending, cut taxes, and improving economic security.

"I want the voters to hear my message so that they understand the clear difference between me and my opponent: my record as a tax-cutting fiscal conservative compared to my opponent's willingness to spend the United States into debt," Gibbs said.
Senator Gibbs will start his day at the Zanesville Farmer’s Market at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds from 9:30 AM to 10:30AM. He will be at Boondocks BBQ and Grill at 4651 N State Route 60 NW in McConnelsville at 11AM on Saturday. He follows that up with a stop back in Zanesville at Honey Baked Ham on 2579 Maple Ave at 12:30.
These events are free and open to anyone who would like a chance to meet Senator Gibbs or ask him a question about his policies.
After his meeting with voters in Zanesville, Sen. Gibbs will be attending the Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival.
Gibbs spent 35 years as a private small-business farmer, was President of Ohio Farm Bureau, and now is a state senator for Ohio's 22nd Senate District.