Ohio Daybook

Associated Press Ohio Daybook for Tuesday, Oct. 18.

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 apcolumbus@ap.org.


NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Oct. 18 8:00 AM Cleveland Browns and United Way of Greater Cleveland participate in 18th annual Hometown Huddle – Cleveland Browns and United Way of Greater Cleveland participate in 18th annual Hometown Huddle, a league-wide NFL day of service in partnership with United Ways across the country. This year, the Cleveland Browns, in partnership with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, United Way and University Hospitals construct a new play space, refurbish current equipment, resurface the outdoor basketball court and complete beautification projects

Location: Luis Munoz Marín School 1701 Castle Avenue, Cleveland, OH Cleveland http://www.clevelandbrowns.com/ https://twitter.com/BrownsGiveBack

Contacts: Rob McBurnett Cleveland Browns Communications Coordinator RMcBurnett@clevelandbrowns.com 1 440 824 6175


NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Oct. 18 10:00 AM Dem Sen. Sherrod Brown outlines efforts to lower costs of life-saving drugs – Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown holds news conference to outline a new bipartisan effort to help lower prices of life-saving drugs used to treat diseases like cancer and arthritis. Sen. Brown is joined by Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Pharmacy Manager Dr. Sarah Hudson-DiSalle

Location: Ohio State University Hospital East, 181 Taylor Avenue, Columbus, OH Columbus brown.senate.gov https://twitter.com/SenSherrodBrown

Contacts: Tamika Turner Sen. Brown press tamika_turner@brown.senate.gov 1 202 224 3978 Jennifer Donohue Office of Sen. Sherrod Brown jennifer_donohue@brown.senate.gov 1 202 224 3978


NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Oct. 18 11:00 AM Voting rights experts hold press call on claims election will be ‘rigged’ – Ohio Voice Election Administration Director Camille Wimbish, League of Women Voters President Carrie Davis, and Voter Protection Program for America Votes Director Maria Bruno hold press call to explain why Ohio’s election cannot be rigged and provide voters with resources they can use to support election protection

Location: TBD www.progressohio.org https://twitter.com/progressohio

Contacts: Sandy Theis ProgressOhio sandy@progresshio.org 1 614 940 0131

Call-In Number: 203-680-8765 (no PIN required)


NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Oct. 18 3:30 PM Ohio Joint Study Committee on Drug Use Prevention Education meeting

Location: Rhodes State Office Tower, 30 East Broad Street, Columbus, OH Columbus http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/About-AG/Mike-Dewine https://twitter.com/OhioAG

Contacts: Dan Tierney Ohio Attorney General Spokesperson Dan.Tierney@OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov 1 614 466 3840 Jill Del Greco Ohio Attorney General Public Information Officer Jill.DelGreco@OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov 1 614 466 3840


Tuesday, Oct. 18 9:00 AM Madeleine Albright campaigns for Hillary Clinton in Ohio – Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright campaigns for 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Ohio, discussing how Clinton has ‘spent her entire life fighting to expand opportunity for women and how she will continue to fight for families in the White House’ and highlight how Clinton ‘is uniquely prepared for the presidency while Donald Trump is temperamentally unfit to be Commander-in-Chief.’ Agenda includes a ‘Cincinnati Early Vote Event’

Location: 110 East Central Parkway, Cincinnati, OH Cincinnati www.hillaryclinton.com https://twitter.com/hillaryclinton

Contacts: Harrell Kirstein Hillary for America hkirstein@hillaryclinton.com 1 609 915 5662 harrellkirstein

Media interested in covering any of the events are kindly asked to RSVP to hkirstein@hillaryclinton.com


Tuesday, Oct. 18 10:00 AM Cintas Corporation: Full year 2016 AGM

Location: Cintas Corporation, 6800 Cintas Boulevard, Cincinnati, OH http://www.cintas.com/company/investor_information/shareholder.aspx https://twitter.com/CintasCorp

Contacts: Michael Hansen Cintas Corporation Investor Relations hansenm@cintas.com 1 513 701 2079


Tuesday, Oct. 18 11:00 AM PICO National Network detail voter engagement program – PICO National Network detail their voter engagement program in battleground states and in states with competitive U.S. Senate races (Florida, Indiana, Ohio, New Hampshire, Nevada and Pennsylvania), via media conference call with clergy and staff from PICO National Network

Location: TBD www.piconetwork.org https://twitter.com/PICOnetwork

Contacts: Jennifer Farmer PICO National Network jfarmer@piconetwork.org 1 202 306 0136

Conference call: 1.800.697.5978/ Passcode: 6251739#


Tuesday, Oct. 18 5:45 PM East-West Center discussion on ‘Why Japan Matters for the United States’ – East-West Center discussion on ‘Why Japan Matters for the United States’, with Sasakawa USA Chairman of the Board and CEO Admiral Dennis Blair, PIIE Executive Vice President and Director of Studies Dr. Marcus Noland, East-West Center in Washington USA Director Dr. Satu Limaye, and AFT President and Chief Scientist Dr. Fukuo Hashimoto

Location: The Union Club, 1211 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH Cleveland www.eastwestcenter.org https://twitter.com/EastWestCenter

Contacts: East-West Center in Washington Washington@EastWestCenter.org 1 202 293 3995


Tuesday, Oct. 18 6:30 PM Otterbein University discussion on STEAM collaboration – Graduate School at Otterbein University’s Executive Guest Lecture Series, with panelists discussing the importance of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) Collaboration and how collaboration will impact learning and business conduct in the future

Location: Battelle Fine Arts Center, 170 W. Park St., Westerville, OH http://otterbein.edu/ https://twitter.com/otterbein

Contacts: Jennifer Hill Otterbein University jhill@otterbein.edu 1 614 823 1284


Tuesday, Oct. 18 7:00 PM CAIR-Cleveland hosts ‘Teatime for Peace’ event – Council on American-Islamic Relations Cleveland co-hosts ‘Teatime for Peace’ event to provide the chance to get to know the local Muslim community and to help dispel stereotypes about Islam and Muslims * The event is part of a series of interfaith gatherings being held in Cuyahoga, Summit and Lake counties designed to foster support for the Muslim community in light of increasing Islamophobia and anti-Muslim rhetoric in American politics and media

Location: West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church 20401 Hilliard Blvd., Rocky River, OH Cleveland http://www.cair.com https://twitter.com/cairnational

Contacts: Ibrahim Hooper CAIR communications director ihooper@cair.com 1 202 744 7726 Julia Shearson CAIR Ohio jshearson@cair.com 1 216 830 2247


Tuesday, Oct. 18 – Thursday, Oct. 20 AIAA International Communications Satellite Systems Conference – AIAA International Communications Satellite Systems Conference (ICSSC). Co-located with Ka and Broadband Communications Conference

Location: Renaissance Cleveland Hotel, 24 Public Square, Cleveland, OH Cleveland http://www.aiaa.org/ https://twitter.com/aiaa

Contacts: AIAA custserv@aiaa.org 1 703 264 7500


Wednesday, Oct. 19 10:15 AM Tim Kaine campaigns in Ohio and North Carolina – 2016 Democratic vice-presidential nominee Sen. Tim Kaine campaigns in the general election battleground states of Ohio and North Carolina, where he discusses his and Hillary Clinton’s ‘plans to create an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top, and their shared vision for an America that is stronger together’. Agenda includes a canvass kick-off at Ohio Together Coordinated Office, 1640 West Lane Avenue, Upper Arlington, OH (10:15 AM EDT) and an Ohio Democratic Party early vote rally at Clark County Historical Society, 117 S Fountain Ave, Springfield (12:00 PM EDT), before traveling to North Carolina for a North Carolina Democratic Party early vote rally in Asheville * Clinton and Sen. Kaine will face Republicans Donald Trump and Indiana Governor Mike Pence in the 8 Nov election

Location: TBD www.hillaryclinton.com https://twitter.com/hillaryclinton

Contacts: Johanna Cervone Hillary for America jcervone@hillaryclinton.com

Doors open 9:00 AM (Upper Arlington), 10:15 AM (Springfield)


Wednesday, Oct. 19 Procter & Gamble: Q4 2016 Ex-dividend date

Location: TBD http://www.pg.com/investors/sectionmain.jhtml https://twitter.com/ProcterGamble

Contacts: Jennifer Chelune P&G Investor Relations chelune.jj@pg.com 1 513 983 2570


Wednesday, Oct. 19 – Saturday, Oct. 22 Circleville Pumpkin Show, including Miss Pumpkin Show and parade on the opening day

Location: Circleville, OH Circleville www.pumpkinshow.com

Contacts: Nanisa Osborn Pumpkin Show press nosborn@ee.net 1 740 477 2156


Thursday, Oct. 20 9:00 AM Fifth Third Bancorp: Q3 2016 Earning conference call / Webcast

Location: TBD http://ir.53.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=72735&p=irol-IRHome https://twitter.com/FifthThird

Contacts: Jim Eglseder Fifth Third Bancorp Investor Relations 1 513 534 8424


Thursday, Oct. 20 Fifth Third Bancorp Q3 2016 earnings – Fifth Third Bancorp Q3 2016 earnings, for the financial services company

Location: TBD http://www.53.com https://twitter.com/FifthThird

Contacts: Sean Parker Fifth Third Bancorp media 1 513 534 6791


Thursday, Oct. 20 Jon Bellion begins fall headline tour

Location: Newport Music Hall, 1722 N High St, Columbus, OH Columbus https://twitter.com/jonbellion

Contacts: Kristen Kanopka Capitol Music Group Kristen.Kanopka@umusic.com


Thursday, Oct. 20 Fifth Third Bancorp: Q3 2016 Results

Location: TBD http://ir.53.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=72735&p=irol-IRHome https://twitter.com/FifthThird

Contacts: Jim Eglseder Fifth Third Bancorp Investor Relations 1 513 534 8424


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