Cranley had planned to note locale for fundraiser
Updated, 10:38 p.m.:
From the Cranley campaign: "In honor and respect to Corporal Roos and his family, tomorrow's press conference is canceled."
John Cranley, the Democrat challenging Rep. Steve Chabot, had planned to play up the locale for the Laura Bush fundraiser at a press conference Thursday.
CHABOT/BUSH AT CINCINNATI MUSEUM CENTER FRIDAY =
CAMPAIGN CASH & NO QUESTIONS ASKED
Chabot has refused to ask President Bush the questions the people of the 1st district have about Bush’s lead-up and handling of the Iraq War.
(Cincinnati – OH-1) Four years ago, in October of 2002, President Bush used the 1st congressional district as a launchpad for waging war with Iraq and warned the world that Iraq was a nuclear threat to the United States of America.
Since that time, Steve Chabot has refused to ask the Bush Administration the many questions the people of the 1st district have about Bush’s lead-up and handling of the Iraq War.Ignoring the questions of the people of the 1st district, Chabot has instead chosen to ask President Bush for campaign cash. Friday morning Chabot will have a Bush fundraiser at the Cincinnati Museum Center where Bush launched his PR campaign for war with Iraq.
Congressional candidate John Cranley is running to restore accountability to Ohio’s First Congressional District. Cranley believes that the Congress must exercise its constitutional duty to provide checks and balances on the executive branch, especially to protect and defend the livelihood of the United States of America.