Ohio Daybook


Associated Press Ohio Daybook for Wednesday, Jun. 22.

The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover.

Please keep the AP in mind when news develops. The Columbus bureau is reachable at 614-885-2727. Send daybook items to [email protected]

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NEW EVENT: Wednesday, Jun. 22 6:00 AM Quinnipiac University releases swing state poll of 2016 Senate races in Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania

Location: TBD http://www.quinnipiac.edu https://twitter.com/QuinnipiacPoll

Contacts: Pat Smith Rubenstein Associates [email protected] 1 212 843 8026

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NEW EVENT: Wednesday, Jun. 22 9:00 AM Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics

Location: Cincinnati Police Memorial, Ezzard Charles Drive and Central Ave., Cincinnati, OH Cincinnati http://www.springdale.org/home.aspx

Contacts: Community Service Officer Joe Ture Springdale Police Department [email protected] 1 513 346 5530

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NEW EVENT: Wednesday, Jun. 22 10:00 AM Ohio Democratic Party hold press conference call on GOP Sen. Rob Portman’s votes against gun safety – Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper, former Democratic Rep. Ed Feighan, and Ohio pollster Molly O’Shaughnessy hold press conference call to discuss Republican Sen. Rob Portman’s votes against ‘common-sense gun safety measures’

Location: TBD www.ohiodems.org https://twitter.com/OHDems

Contacts: Daniel van Hoogstraten Ohio Democratic Party [email protected]

Please RSVP to [email protected] to receive call-in information

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NEW EVENT: Wednesday, Jun. 22 11:00 AM Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson hosts media conference to open Toledo City Pools

Location: Splash Pad on Nebraska side of Savage Park, 645 Vance Street, Toledo, OH Toledo toledo.oh.gov https://twitter.com/city_of_toledo

Contacts: Janet Schroeder City of Toledo [email protected] 1 419 245 1895

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NEW EVENT: Wednesday, Jun. 22 12:00 PM Dem Sen. Sherrod Brown unveils new report on American workers – Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown unveils a new report, with Ohio-specific data, detailing the number of Americans working low-wage jobs with ‘little access to important benefits’, via news conference call. Sen. Brown also renews his call to ‘increase the federal minimum wage and access to paid sick leave, protect overtime pay for workers, and expand the earned income tax credit’

Location: TBD brown.senate.gov https://twitter.com/SenSherrodBrown

Contacts: Lauren Kulik Office of Sen. Brown [email protected] 1 202 224 3978 Jennifer Donohue Office of Sen. Sherrod Brown [email protected] 1 202 224 3978

Call 1 202 224 3978 to RSVP and receive call-in information

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NEW EVENT: Wednesday, Jun. 22 1:00 PM Farm workers protest to draw attention to UUA and UUSC endorsement of Wendy’s boycotts – Unitarian Universalists and farm workers hold protests to draw attention to draw attention to Unitarian Universalists Association and Unitarian Universalist Service Committee’s endorsement of the boycott of Wendy’s

Location: 2004 North High Street, Columbus, OH Columbus www.ciw-online.org

Contacts: Nely Rodriguez Coalition of Immokalee Workers [email protected] 1 239 675 9234

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UPDATED EVENT: Wednesday, Jun. 22 11:00 AM Cleveland Cavaliers host NBA Championship parade and rally – 2016 Cavaliers NBA Championship Parade and Rally, hosted by the Cleveland Cavaliers in partnership with the City of Cleveland, in downtown Cleveland * Cavs sealed the championship with a 93-89 win over the Golden State Warriors in Game 7 on Sunday, becoming the first ever team in Finals history to win after coming back from a 3-1 deficit and marking the first major sports title by a Cleveland team since 1964, with the city having been called ‘cursed’ as the Cavs, Browns, and Indians previously totaled a combined 159 seasons without one * Parade starts near Quicken Loans Arena and travels through the streets of downtown Cleveland, followed soon after by a rally on Mall B

Location: Cleveland, OH Cleveland http://www.nba.com/cavaliers/ https://twitter.com/cavs

Contacts: Sarah Jamieson Cleveland Cavaliers [email protected] 1 216 780 3314 Phyllis Salem Cleveland Cavaliers [email protected] 1 216 420 2231

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Wednesday, Jun. 22 8:30 AM Dayton City Commission conducts work session

Location: City Hall, 101 W. Third Street, Dayton, OH Dayton www.cityofdayton.org https://twitter.com/cityofdayton

Contacts: Rashella Lavender City of Dayton Clerk of Commission 1 937 333 3636

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Wednesday, Jun. 22 10:00 AM Oxfam America and EPI launch ‘Few Rewards’ report and website – Oxfam America and the Economic Policy Institute launch ‘Few Rewards’ report and website, illustrating the ‘struggles of millions of hardworking low-wage workers across all 50 states and the District of Columbia’. Speakers on press call include Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown, Oxfam America Senior Domestic Policy Advisor Jeffrey Buchanan, Economic Policy Institute Economic Analysis and Research Network Deputy Director David Cooper and banquet server Andre Butler * Congressional briefing in response to the report takes place this afternoon, with Democratic Reps. Bobby Scott, Rosa DeLauro and Judy Chu

Location: TBD www.oxfamamerica.org https://twitter.com/OxfamAmerica

Contacts: Laura Rusu Oxfam America press officer [email protected] 1 202 496 1169 laura_rusuMary Babic Oxfam America [email protected] 1 617 840 8957

Dial-In Number: 877-876-9174 Conference ID: FEW REWARDS

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Wednesday, Jun. 22 10:00 AM Cleveland City Council continues discussion on proposed establishment of $15 minimum wage – Cleveland City Council continues discussion of Ordinance No. 621-16, the proposed establishment of a $15 minimum wage

Location: Cleveland City Hall, 601 Lakeside Ave E, Cleveland, OH Cleveland www.city.cleveland.oh.us

Contacts: Joan Mazzolini Cleveland City Council [email protected] 1 216 664 4466

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Wednesday, Jun. 22 10:00 AM Ohio Savings and Loan Associations and Savings Banks Board meeting

Location: Division of Financial Institutions, 77 South High Street, 21st Floor, Columbus, OH Columbus www.com.ohio.gov https://twitter.com/OhioCommerce

Contacts: Lindsey Burnworth Ohio Department of Commerce [email protected] 1 614 995 5791

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Wednesday, Jun. 22 11:00 AM Ohio Small Business Advisory Council meeting

Location: Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, 300 Madison Ave., Toledo, OH Toledo www.com.ohio.gov https://twitter.com/OhioCommerce

Contacts: Michael Duchesne Ohio Department of Commerce Communications [email protected] 1 614 644 9570

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Wednesday, Jun. 22 3:00 PM Ohio Dropout Prevention and Recovery Study Committee meeting

Location: Ohio Department of Education, 25 South Front Street, Columbus, OH Columbus http://education.ohio.gov/ https://twitter.com/OHEducation

Contacts: Buddy Harris ODEC [email protected] 1 614 728 7731

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Wednesday, Jun. 22 3:30 PM Dem Sen. Barbara Boxer gives beer to Dem Sen. Sherrod Brown to settle NBA finals wager – Sens. Sherrod Brown ‘(D-Cavaliers)’ and Barbara Boxer ‘(D-Warriors)’ settle their NBA Finals wager, following the Cleveland Cavaliers’ seven-game win over the Golden State Warriors, with Sen. Boxer – wearing a LeBron James jersey – handing over beer from the 21st Amendment Brewery

Location: Rm 713, Hart Senate Office Bldg, Washington, DC brown.senate.gov https://twitter.com/SenSherrodBrown

Contacts: Jennifer Donohue Office of Sen. Sherrod Brown [email protected] 1 202 224 3978

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Wednesday, Jun. 22 4:30 PM Columbus City Councilmember Michael Stinziano holds Community Hours

Location: Far East Recreation Center, 1826 Lattimer Dr, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.columbus.gov/ https://twitter.com/ColumbusCouncil

Contacts: Stephanie Megas City of Columbus 1 614 645 8311

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Wednesday, Jun. 22 – Thursday, Jun. 23 Ohio Summer Elections Conference

Location: TBD http://www.sos.state.oh.us/ https://twitter.com/OhioSOSHusted

Contacts: Joshua Eck Ohio Secretary of State Media Relations [email protected] 1 614 466 2729

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Wednesday, Jun. 22 – Sunday, Jun. 26 Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly – Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly. This year’s theme is ‘Heart Land: Where Faiths Connect’

Location: Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High Street, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.uua.org/ https://twitter.com/uua

Contacts: Jill Goddard UUA [email protected] 1 617 948 4386

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Jun. 23 8:30 AM Columbus Division of Police hold RNC media briefing – Columbus Division of Police hold Republican National Convention media briefing, including a discussion on how to stay safe while reporting

Location: Police Academy, 1000 North Hague Avenue, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.columbus.gov/ https://twitter.com/ColumbusCouncil

Contacts: Denise Alex-Bouzounis Columbus Police Department [email protected] 1 614 645 4593

RSVP: [email protected]

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Jun. 23 9:00 AM Dayton Civil Service Board meeting

Location: 371 W. Second Street, Dayton, OH Dayton www.cityofdayton.org https://twitter.com/cityofdayton

Contacts: Maurice Evans Dayton Civil Service Board Secretary and Chief Examiner 1 937 333 2300

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Thursday, Jun. 23 9:00 AM

Location: New York City, NY http://www.transdigm.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=196053&p=irol-irhome

Contacts: Liza Sabol Transdigm Group Inc Investor Relations [email protected] 1 216 706 2945

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Thursday, Jun. 23 11:00 AM / Webcast

Location: School-Creative & Performing, Corbett Theater, 108 West Central Parkway, Cincinnati http://ir.kroger.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=106409&p=irol-calendar https://twitter.com/krogerco

Contacts: Carin Fike Kroger Co Investor Relations [email protected] 1 513 762 4969

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Thursday, Jun. 23 5:00 PM Ernst & Young Michigan and Northwest Ohio Entrepreneur Of The Year awards dinner

Location: Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI Detroit http://www.ey.com https://twitter.com/EY_UKI

Contacts: Lisa Bower Ernst & Young [email protected] 1 313 628 8212

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