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.:   We traveled to Luckey, Ohio (pop. 1,000), where we stumped in the downtown area.   I passed on a flyer to Town Administrator George Jensen who had a “loaves and fishes” t-shirt on.   … Continue reading


We went to the “Black Swamp Arts & Crafts Festival” in downtown Bowling Green, Ohio.   The kids and I walked around passing out flyers.   Several people said they’d seen the Toledo newscast about the campaign.   Artist Michael … Continue reading

About Joe

Joseph Charles Schriner (b. March 3, 1955) (aka “average Joe” Schriner) is an Independent candidate for President of the United States. Once a proud resident of Bluffton, Ohio, Schriner ran in the 2000, 2004, and 2008 U.S. Presidential elections and … Continue reading


We have traveled to Napolean, Ohio where I interviewed two representatives of the American Foundry Society (AFS). Glenn Nelson represented AFS in D.C. last year by lobbying about a variety of issues, including the increasing outsourcing of foundry jobs in … Continue reading


We headed into Bowling Green, Ohio where I was interviewed by the Bowling Green Sentinel Tribune. I told the reporter that some 10 years ago, I researched a program called: “Take A Stand for Kids” (TASK) on the Monterey Peninsula … Continue reading