The National Women for Trump Coalition will visit the Miami Valley on Friday.
The Ohio tour includes a stop at the Shekinah Ranch, 6450 Derby Road in Dayton, at 10 a.m. to meet with at-risk youth.
The tour continues at 12:30 p.m. at the Beavercreek Campaign Office opening at the Beavercreek Republican Women’s Club Victory Center, 3253 Seajay Drive.
The tour features Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump, former Apprentice star and Central State University graduate Omarosa, Katrina Pierson, Diamond and Silk, and Lynne Patton.
Trump has a few offices in Greene County and Robert Wood, Greene County Republican Party executive chairman, says the area is key.
“Beavercreek is a significant location of Republican votes and it stretches very closely into Montgomery County which the Greene/ Montgomery County area is a solid base of support for this upcoming November campaign,” said Wood.
Trump campaign’s main location is at the Greene County Republican Party headquarters on Dayton Avenue in Xenia. The campaign has been operating out of this location for over a month, Wood said.
“This upcoming November election is a very important one regarding the future vision of this country,” Wood said. “I would recommend everyone do their research.”
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