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The Preble County Farm Bureau will host town hall meetings for candidates running for county commissioner and representative for Ohio House District 43. The public is welcome to attend.
Both events will be held at the Youth Center, 306 Seven Mile Dr. Eaton, OH 45320.
Monday, Oct. 12, county commissioner candidates Mary Bullen, Adam Craft and Rachael Vonderhaar will all be present. Ty Higgins, director of media relations from Ohio Farm Bureau, will be the impartial moderator for the evening. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting begins at 7 p.m.
Preble and Montgomery County Farm Bureaus are honored to host Amy Cox (D) and Rodney Creech (R) Thursday, Oct. 15. Impartial moderator will be Matt Altman of Darke County. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting begins at 7 p.m.
Citizen participation is encouraged by submitting questions before the events to [email protected]. The Register Herald will be assisting by recording the town hall meetings which will be posted to the county Farm Bureau website.
Come for an evening of interesting debate on important issues to our district. The format for the event can be requested by calling 937-456-5400 or emailing [email protected].
Social distancing will be maintained; a limited number of participants will be permitted in person.
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