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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News The National Federation of Republican Womens Red, White and Blue bus “Rosie” visited Troy on Friday afternoon at the Club 55 parking lot. Members of the community stopped by to visit with NFRW representatives who are traveling across Ohio and the rest of the nation to promote the right to vote. Folks who stopped by had a chance to meet NFRW President Carrie Almond, right, as shown here with Sheryl Queen, Miami County Commissioner-Elect Greg Simmons and his wife Patty Simmons. “We’d like to keep rolling until November,” Almond said. The NFRW reminds voters if you’ve moved you’ll need to re-register and an individual who may be 18 by November may register to vote.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

The National Federation of Republican Womens Red, White and Blue bus “Rosie” visited Troy on Friday afternoon at the Club 55 parking lot. Members of the community stopped by to visit with NFRW representatives who are traveling across Ohio and the rest of the nation to promote the right to vote. Folks who stopped by had a chance to meet NFRW President Carrie Almond, right, as shown here with Sheryl Queen, Miami County Commissioner-Elect Greg Simmons and his wife Patty Simmons. “We’d like to keep rolling until November,” Almond said. The NFRW reminds voters if you’ve moved you’ll need to re-register and an individual who may be 18 by November may register to vote.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News The National Federation of Republican Womens Red, White and Blue bus “Rosie” visited Troy on Friday afternoon at the Club 55 parking lot. Members of the community stopped by to visit with NFRW representatives who are traveling across Ohio and the rest of the nation to promote the right to vote. Folks who stopped by had a chance to meet NFRW President Carrie Almond, right, as shown here with Sheryl Queen, Miami County Commissioner-Elect Greg Simmons and his wife Patty Simmons. “We’d like to keep rolling until November,” Almond said. The NFRW reminds voters if you’ve moved you’ll need to re-register and an individual who may be 18 by November may register to vote.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_160729aw_NFRW_Simmons.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News The National Federation of Republican Womens Red, White and Blue bus “Rosie” visited Troy on Friday afternoon at the Club 55 parking lot. Members of the community stopped by to visit with NFRW representatives who are traveling across Ohio and the rest of the nation to promote the right to vote. Folks who stopped by had a chance to meet NFRW President Carrie Almond, right, as shown here with Sheryl Queen, Miami County Commissioner-Elect Greg Simmons and his wife Patty Simmons. “We’d like to keep rolling until November,” Almond said. The NFRW reminds voters if you’ve moved you’ll need to re-register and an individual who may be 18 by November may register to vote.
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