Ohio Daybook


Associated Press Ohio Daybook for Wednesday, Sep. 21.

The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover.

Please keep the AP in mind when news develops. The Columbus bureau is reachable at 614-885-2727. Send daybook items to [email protected]

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UPDATED EVENT: Wednesday, Sep. 21 12:00 PM Dem Sen. Sherrod Brown discusses Senate-passed water bill – Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown highlights a Senate-passed measure that will help communities make costly updates to outdated combined sewage overflow systems via news conference call

Location: TBD brown.senate.gov https://twitter.com/SenSherrodBrown

Contacts: Jennifer Donohue Office of Sen. Sherrod Brown [email protected] 1 202 224 3978 Rachel Petri Office of Sen. Sherrod Brown [email protected]

Call 202-224-3978 to RSVP and receive call-in information

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 7:55 AM NAFCU Congressional Caucus concludes – NAFCU Congressional Caucus concludes. Speakers today include Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray, Republican Reps. Blaine Luetkemeyer, Andy Barr, Bill Huizenga, Sean Duffy, Randy Neugebauer, Kevin Brady and French Hill, and Democratic Reps. Joyce Beatty and Maxine Waters

Location: Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill, Washington, DC http://www.nafcu.org https://twitter.com/NAFCU #NAFCUCaucus

Contacts: Patty Briotta NAFCU Director of Public Relations [email protected] 1 703 842 2820 1 703 200 4600

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 9:00 AM Donald Trump campaigns in Ohio – 2016 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump campaigns in the general election battleground state of Ohio, attending a ‘Midwest Values and Vision Pastors Leadership Conference’ on ‘African-American concerns’ hosted by church pastor Rev. Darrell Scott at New Spirit Revival Center, 3130 Mayfield Rd, Cleveland Heights (9:00 AM EDT). Following the conference, Trump is expected to film a town hall-style event to be aired tonight on Fox News’ ‘Hannity.’ After the church visit, Trump holds a campaign rally at Stranahan Theater & Great Hall, 4645 Heatherdowns Blvd, Toledo (1:00 PM EDT) * Trump and Mike Pence will face Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine in the 8 Nov election

Location: Toledo www.donaldjtrump.com https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump

Contacts: Hope Hicks Make America Great Again [email protected] 1 212 715 6785 1 203 273 0226

Doors open 10:00 AM

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 10:00 AM Ohio Mayors continue ‘Ohio Cities Together’ bus tour – Ohio Mayors continue ‘Ohio Cities Together’ bus tour to ’emphasize Clinton’s vision of an America that is stronger together, with an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top.’ Events include a ‘Stronger Together’ events at Veteran’s Memorial Civic and Convention Center, 7 Town Square, Lima (10:00 AM EDT); Bowen-Thompson Student Union, 806 Ridge St., Bowling Green (12:15 PM EDT); 911 Jefferson Street, Toledo (2:45 PM EDT); 2026 East Harbor Road, Port Clinton (5:15 PM EDT); and 618 Broadway Ave, Lorain (7:45 PM EDT)

Location: Bowling Green Lima Lorain Port Clinton Toledo www.hillaryclinton.com https://twitter.com/hillaryclinton

Contacts: Hillary for America press [email protected]

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 10:00 AM Ohio education organizations release state report card analysis – Ohio School Boards Association, Buckeye Association of School Administrators and Ohio Association of School Business officials release state report card analysis

Location: TBD www.ohioschoolboards.org https://twitter.com/ohschoolboards

Contacts: Gary Motz OSBA [email protected] 1 614 540 4000 x278

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 10:30 AM Akron Mayor Horrigan makes ‘important’ announcement in the Akron Waterways Renewed Project – Akron Mayor Daniel Horrigan holds press conference to announce an ‘important’ development in the Akron Waterways Renewed Project

Location: Riverview Road, Akron, OH Akron www.akronohio.gov

Contacts: Christine R. Curry City of Akron [email protected] 1 330 375 2209

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 10:30 AM Ohio African American leaders ‘demand Donald Trump apologize for leading birther movement’ – Ohio state Sen. Sandra Williams, state Rep. Janine Boyd, and Cuyahoga County Councilman Anthony Hairston hold press conference to ask 2016 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to apologize for leading the ‘birther movement’ ahead of his church visit in Cleveland

Location: Across the street from New Spirit Revival Center, 3130 Mayfield Road, Cleveland, OH Cleveland www.hillaryclinton.com https://twitter.com/hillaryclinton

Contacts: Omer Farooque Hillary for America [email protected]

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 12:00 PM Ohio State Fire Council meeting

Location: Division of State Fire Marshal, 8895 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH Reynoldsburg www.ohio.gov https://twitter.com/JohnKasich

Contacts: Lindsey Burnworth Department of Commerce [email protected] 1 614 995 5791

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 1:30 PM 2016 Ohio Fire Service Hall of Fame Awards and Ceremony – 2016 Ohio Fire Service Hall of Fame Awards and Ceremony. Speakers include Ohio Department of Commerce Director Jacqueline T. Williams, State Fire Marshal Larry Flowers, and Ohio Department of Public Safety Director John Born

Location: Division of State Fire Marshal, 8895 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH Reynoldsburg www.ohio.gov https://twitter.com/JohnKasich

Contacts: Lindsey Burnworth Department of Commerce [email protected] 1 614 995 5791

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 3:00 PM Congressional leaders at dedication of Thomas Edison statue in the U.S. Capitol – Statue of late scientist and inventor Thomas Edison dedicated in National Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol, with participants including House Speaker Paul Ryan, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, House Minority Leader Nancy Leader, and members of the Ohio delegation. Republican Sen. Rob Portman delivers brief remarks honoring Edison’s legacy * The statue will represent the state of Ohio – the birthplace and childhood home of Edison – as part of the National Statuary Hall Collection. Each state is given two representatives, with Edison’s statue joining that of President James Garfield and replacing that of Governor William Allen

Location: National Statuary Hall, U.S. Capitol, Washington, DC www.speaker.gov https://twitter.com/SpeakerRyan

Contacts: AshLee Strong House Speaker press [email protected] 1 202 225 0600

All media interested in covering the event should contact their respective congressional media gallery. Media with equipment may access the room at 12:00 p.m. ET for setup. All media equipment must be pre-set by 1:00 p.m. ET for the security sweep

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 5:30 PM Public hearing to discuss Columbus Division of Police’s body camera policy and implementation – Columbus Public Safety Committee Chair Mitchell J. Brown and Council President Zach Klein hold public hearing to discuss the Columbus Division of Police’s body camera policy and implementation

Location: City Hall, 90 W Broad St, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.columbus.gov/ https://twitter.com/ColumbusCouncil

Contacts: Lee Cole Columbus City Council [email protected] 1 614 645 5530

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 6:00 PM Ohio AG DeWine unveils video featuring Cole Smoot at Family and Youth Initiatives Drug Symposium – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine unveils a new video produced by the Attorney General’s Office focusing on Cole Smoot, a Tecumseh High School student who died in 2011 of an accidental overdose after taking a methadone pill he received from a friend at Family and Youth Initiatives Drug Symposium

Location: Tecumseh High School, 9830 W. National Road, New Carlisle, OH New Carlisle http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/About-AG/Mike-Dewine https://twitter.com/OhioAG

Contacts: Dan Tierney Ohio Attorney General Spokesperson [email protected] 1 614 466 3840 Jill Del Greco Ohio Attorney General Public Information Officer [email protected] 1 614 466 3840

Media Availability: 5:45 p.m.

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 7:00 PM University of Dayton host talk with Lawrence Lessig – University of Dayton host talk with Lawrence Lessig on ‘The Importance of the First Presidential Debate’

Location: Kennedy Union Ballroom, 300 College Park Ave, Dayton, OH Dayton http://www.udayton.edu https://twitter.com/univofdayton

Contacts: Meagan Pant University of Dayton [email protected] 1 937 229 3256

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 – Thursday, Sep. 22 Ohio DNR Conservation Farm Family Awards – Ohio Dept of Natural Resources Conservation Farm Family Awards at the annual Farm Science Review, recognizing five farming families ‘for their exemplary efforts in conserving soil, water, woodlands, wildlife and other natural resources on their farmland’

Location: Molly Caren Agricultural Center, 135 OH-38, London, OH London http://ohiodnr.gov/

Contacts: Stephanie Leis ODNR [email protected] 1 614 265 6860

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 DDR Corp: Q3 2016 Ex-dividend date

Location: TBD http://ir.ddr.com/ https://twitter.com/DDR_Corp

Contacts: Scott Schroeder Developers Diversified Corporate Communications [email protected] 1 216 755 5500

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Sep. 22 8:00 AM Media briefing for Ohio State Trooper Kenneth Velez funeral – Media briefing and media staging details for the calling hours and funeral of Ohio State Trooper Kenneth Velez funeral

Location: Lorain Community College, 1005 North Abbe Road, Elyria, OH Elyria http://statepatrol.ohio.gov/ https://twitter.com/OSHP

Contacts: Lt. Robert Sellers OSP 1 614 752 2792

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Sep. 22 10:00 AM Ohio EPA Director Butler presents environmental stewardship award to CSX – Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Director Craig W. Butler presents E3 Gold Level environmental stewardship award to CSX Intermodal Terminals

Location: CSX Northwest Ohio Intermodal Terminal, 17000 Deshler Road, North Baltimore, OH http://epa.ohio.gov/ https://twitter.com/OhioEPA

Contacts: Heather Lauer Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Central and Southeast Media Relations [email protected] 1 614 644 2160

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Sep. 22 11:00 AM Anne Holton – Tim Kaine’s wife – campaigns in Iowa – Former Virginia Secretary of Education Anne Holton – 2016 Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine’s wife – campaigns for Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine in Ohio, laying out the stakes of November’s election and urging Ohioans to register to vote. Includes events with veterans and military families at 838 Main St., Trotwood (11:00 AM EDT); early childhood education discussion (2:00 PM EDT, pooled for media); and organizing events at 22 Sandusky St., Delaware (3:15 PM EDT) and 14 N 5 St., Zanesville (5:20 PM EDT)

Location: Delaware Zanesville www.hillaryclinton.com https://twitter.com/hillaryclinton

Contacts: Hillary for America [email protected]

Doors open: 10:15 AM (Trotwood), 2:30 PM (Delaware), 4:45 PM (Zanesville)

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Sep. 22 11:30 AM ODA 33rd annual Conservation Farm Family Awards – Ohio Department of Agriculture 33rd annual Conservation Farm Family Awards, recognizing five farming families who are conservation leaders in agriculture from across Ohio at the 54th annual Farm Science Review

Location: 135 St. Rt. 38 NE, London, OH London http://www.agri.ohio.gov/ https://twitter.com/OhioDeptofAg

Contacts: Brett Gates Department of Agriculture Public Information Officer 1 614 752 9817

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Sep. 22 4:00 PM Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland Fall 2016 Exhibitions media preview

Location: 11400 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH Cleveland http://www.mocacleveland.org/ https://twitter.com/mocacleveland

Contacts: Peter Vertes Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland [email protected] 1 216 658 6913

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Sep. 22 5:30 PM Columbus Charter Review Committee meeting – Columbus Charter Review Committee meeting, to adopt bylaws, appoint a secretary, release a meeting schedule, receive introductory presentations on the Columbus City Charter and a brief history of Charter amendments

Location: Feddersen Community Recreation Center, 3911 Dresden St., Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.columbus.gov/ https://twitter.com/ColumbusCouncil

Contacts: Lee Cole Columbus City Council [email protected] 1 614 645 5530

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UPDATED EVENT: Thursday, Sep. 22 – Sunday, Sep. 25 2016 Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship annual tournament – 2016 Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship annual tournament begins *Andrew Loupe won the championship in 2015

Location: Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.ncc-golf.com/

Contacts: Thomas Sprouse Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship [email protected] 1 614 889 6791

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Thursday, Sep. 22 9:30 AM Agriculture Secretary Vilsack visits Wilmington College center renovated with USDA funding – Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack visits Ohio to highlight USDA investments in rural infrastructure projects, delivering remarks and touring the newly-renovated and expanded Center for the Sciences and Agriculture at Wilmington College – a renovation funded by a $19.7 million loan from the USDA Community Facilities Direct Loan Program. Agenda includes tour (9:30 AM EDT), remarks (10:00 AM EDT), and press availability (11:00 AM EDT)

Location: Wilmington College, corner of College and Elm Sts, Wilmington, OH Wilmington www.usda.gov https://twitter.com/USDA

Contacts: USDA Office of Communications [email protected] 1 202 720 4623

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Thursday, Sep. 22 12:05 PM Chelsea Clinton campaigns for mother Hillary in Ohio and Michigan – Chelsea Clinton campaigns for her mother, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, in Ohio and Michigan, where she lays out the stakes of November’s election for Ohio and Michigan families and highlights her mom’s ‘belief that we are stronger together when the economy works for everyone – not just those at the top’. Agenda includes an organizing event at University of Toledo, 2800 East Rocket Dr, Toledo, OH (12:05 PM EDT), before traveling to Michigan where she attends a Women for Hillary event at Richard App Gallery, 910 Cherry St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI (4:15 PM EDT) and a Students for Hillary event at Michigan State University, 49 Abbott Road, East Lansing, MI (7:10 PM EDT)

Location: Toledo Grand Rapids East Lansing www.hillaryclinton.com https://twitter.com/hillaryclinton

Contacts: Hillary for America press [email protected]

Doors open 11:15 PM (Toledo) 3:30 PM (Grand Rapids) 6:30 PM (East Lansing)

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Thursday, Sep. 22 – Saturday, Sep. 24 National Association for College Admission Counseling National Conference – National Association for College Admission Counseling National Conference: professional development event for college counseling and admission professionals

Location: The Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N High St, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.nacacconference.org

Contacts: NACAC [email protected] 1 703 299 6807

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Thursday, Sep. 22 Old Dominon begin headline North American tour

Location: House of Blues, 308 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH Cleveland https://twitter.com/OldDominion

Contacts: Ebie McFarland EB Media PR [email protected] 615-327-3259

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Friday, Sep. 23 4:00 PM The Texas Tribune Festival continues – The Texas Tribune Festival continues, with speakers today including Ohio Governor John Kasich, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, conservative blogger Erick Erickson, Texas state Rep. Chris Paddie and former Carly Fiorina presidential campaign Deputy Manager Sarah Isgur Flores

Location: Austin, TX Austin www.texastribune.org https://twitter.com/texastribune

Contacts: Cultivate PR for TTF [email protected] 1 512 213 0212

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Friday, Sep. 23 – Saturday, Sep. 24 Country Night Lights festival – Country Night Lights, country music festival headlined by Jake Owen and Brett Eldridge

Location: The Venue Of Athens, 8003 State Route 56, Athens, OH Athens http://www.countrynightlights.com/ https://twitter.com/cntrynghtlghts #CNL2016

Contacts: Country Night Lights [email protected]

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