Buckeye Back Road Tour cont.:   We’re back in Cleveland for our final pit-stop of Campaign 2008.   We are now at the 83,000 mile mark of campaigning over the past three election cycles, including two solid years of campaigning … Continue reading


Buckeye Back Road Tour cont.:   The Athens News   did a story on our campaign that included:   “I recently coached an inner-city Little League Baseball team in Cleveland,” Schriner explains on  [his] website.   “On draft day, I … Continue reading


Buckeye Back Road Tour cont.: This week we stumped at the Farmer’s Market in Athens, Ohio. Guitarist Billy Reiter, from Thornville, was playing “Neil Young stuff” there. I gave him a campaign flier and we talked briefly. Several days later … Continue reading


Buckeye Back Roads Tour cont.: We drove north into Cambridge, Ohio, where I did some impromptu stumping with the late afternoon ‘brain trust’ in a corner of a McDonald’s Restaurant there. Some 12 older guys were spread among about five … Continue reading


Buckeye Back Road Tour cont.:    During Mass at St. Mary’s      in Lancaster, Ohio, today, Fr. Donald Franks emphasized that it is important for Christians to persevere in prayer, in exercise, in work…  In deference to that, our … Continue reading


Buckeye Back Road Tour cont.:   We ended our pit-stop in Cleveland and have headed back out onto the back roads of Ohio.   In Wooster, Ohio, farmer Ed Schafrath (brother of former Cleveland Brown Dick Schafrath), told me he … Continue reading