WEST CHESTER TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- Supporters and protesters from all across the Tri-State attended a town hall meeting held by businessman and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the Savannah Center, two days before Ohio's winner-takes-all primary.
Polling shows the contest is essentially a two-man race between Trump and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
Thousands of people waited in line for entry to the event, with some 1,200 granted entry.
Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones spoke before Trump arrived at the Savannah Center on Sunday. Jones said Ohio "will elect Donald Trump," applauding Trump's views on immigration and bashing Gov. John Kasich and President Barack Obama for "not supporting police" and union workers.
WCPO - 9 On Your Side and WCPO.com had news crews inside and outside the event, talking to Trump supporters, protesters, campaign staff, local politicians and bringing you video and photos from the event.
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