State House candidate Bryan Burgess will greet people at the Huron County Democratic Party's traveling headquarters in Norwalk Saturday, Oct. 1. The traveling HQ will park at Suhr Family Park from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Burgess is running to represent the 54th District in the Ohio House of Representatives. He is president of the Oberlin City Council, where he has served for more than ten years and now chairs the city's planning commission.
In Huron County the 54th District includes Norwalk City, Norwalk Township, Townsend Township, Wakeman Township and Wakeman Village. Burgess' opponent in the race is incumbent Dick Stein (R-Norwalk).
The traveling HQ will park at a different location across the county every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October. Its next stop will be Oct. 8th at the Monroeville village administration building on Rte. 20. For the full schedule and latest updates please go online to hurondems.org/traveling-hq.
Now in its third year, the traveling HQ provides yard signs, election info, campaign materials and candidate visits like a traditional storefront party headquarters. Visitors can also pick up a copy of the local party's Democratic Creed, which is also posted online at hurondems.org/creed.