Golf legend Jack Nicklaus will be the draw Sunday morning when the Commit to Mitt Express bus joins tail
gaters outside Paul Brown Stadium before the Bengals game.
Nicklaus, who will travel the state Sunday stumping for the Romney-Ryan ticket, will be in parking lot E of Paul Brown Stadium at 10:30 a.m. Joining him for the get-out-the-vote event will be Hamilton County GOP chairman Alex Triantafilou, Hamilton County commissioners Greg Hartmann and Chris Monzel, and Hamilton County prosecutor Joe Deters.
Before a fired-up, massive crowd that waited hours to hear him, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney told a crowd of 30,000 at West Chester’s The Square of Center Pointe that he represents “real change” and that he needs them to help him win the key state of Ohio Tuesday.
“Your state is the one I am counting on,’’ said Romney, who trails Barack Obama by a small margin in some Ohio polls. “This is the state we have to win.”
Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati announced Friday it’s now ready to hire an additional 400 workers.
This is the second phase of its recruiting initiatives as the casino prepares for a 1,700 member workforce for an opening in the spring 2013.
Casino officials said candidates are currently being sought for several roles in accounting, finance, facilities, slots, and security. The facility is also seeking about a dozen culinary positions including accomplished chefs, sous chefs and restaurant managers.
The Obama-Biden campaign is sending seven-time Grammy winner will.i.am and actress-producer Vivica A. Fox to Cincinnati Saturday for a "Party at the Polls" event outside the Hamilton County Board of Elections.
"Party at the Polls" begins at 10 a.m. outside the board of elections at 824 Broadway downtown.
The board offices will be open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday for early voters, as well as from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday and 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Monday.