CINCINNATI - As election day approaches, the Republican National Committee Chairman visited the Tri-State on Monday to help energize his party's base.
Michael Steele made a stop in Kenwood as part of the RNC's 'Fire Pelosi' bus tour. During the visit, the Chairman spoke to an estimated 100 local volunteers about how vital they are for a GOP victory in November.
"The polls are looking very good for us here, and I just want everybody to realize just how much of a difference you've made in making that happen," said Steele. "But I also want to keep that energy going, and I don't want you to get comfortable because our polls are strong. We want to work hard here."
State House candidates Mike Wilson and Ron Magg were also in attendance.
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