UPDATE — 10:30 p.m. ET: Ohio Senator Rob Portman is the latest Republican to climb aboard the anti-Trump bandwagon. Portman, who is cruising to reelection in the Buckeye State, released a statement Saturday night withdrawing his support of Trump — and announcing his intention of writing in Pence’s name for president. “I thought it was appropriate to respect the millions of voters across the country who chose Donald Trump as the Republican Party nominee. While I continue to respect those who…
In a Democracy, the majority rules. Thank God that the majority is for TRUMP! Too bad there are going to be Anti-Americans that don't support what the majority wants. THEY are what is WRONG with America. It's a shame!
GALLERY: Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump traded barbs in a debate at Washington University in St. Louis. Caption: People at a party for the debate at the Athens County Republican Party headquarters in Ohio watched Mr. Trump speak.
Frederick Douglas Patterson was the first black to manufacture cars, and known for the Greenfield-Patterson automobile of 1915, built in Ohio. A Republican, Patterson served as an annual delegate to the Ohio Republican Party caucus and campaigned for Warren G. Harding in 1920. For his work in the 1920 election, he was rewarded with a position as alternate delegate to the 1924 Republican National Convention.
Warren Harding, 29th President born 1865; died 1923. Initiated in Marion Lodge No. 7O, Marion, Ohio, 1901. He received no other degree until after becoming President. He was passed and raised in Marion Lodge in 1920, Royal Arch Chapter degrees in Marion Chapter No. 62 in 1921; Knight Templar in Marion Commandery No. 36, in 1921. Scottish Rite and Shrine in 1921.
TOPSHOT - Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets his wife Melania Trump following her address to delegates on the first day of the Republican National Convention on July 18, 2016 at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. The Republican Party opened its national convention, kicking off a four-day political jamboree that will anoint billionaire Donald Trump as its presidential nominee. / AFP / Robyn BECK