BipartisanBusIf you or someone you know needs transportation help to get to Saturday’s SB 5 referendum rally in Columbus, think about getting on the bus to show Governor Kasich what solidarity looks like.

GET ON THE BUS this Saturday (or otherwise join us) this Saturday from noon until 3 p.m. for the “We Are Ohio” SB 5 repeal referendum kickoff at the Statehouse.

This very well could be the biggest SB 5 protest yet.  In addition, they will be signing people up to be petition circulators to get SB 5 on the ballot.  Because we’ll need to get nearly a quarter of a million valid signatures in a small amount of time (which means we’ll need substantially more than that to succeed,) We Are Ohio needs as many volunteer petition circulators throughout the State as they can get.  Check with your local unions or Democratic parties to see if they’re planning carpools to Columbus as well.

If you need transportation to and from the rally, we know that there are some buses being made available throughout the State. However, you must call and reserve your spot on the bus BEFORE Saturday.  So, make your RSVP ASAP.

City Location Departure Contact Name Contact Phone
Toledo 2300 Ashland Ave. 9 a.m. Dan (717) 649-3052
  1817 Madison Ave. 8 a.m. (with stop in Bowling Green Meijer @ 2111 Wooster Street) Robin (419) 344-1040
Cleveland 1771 E. 30th St. 9 a.m. Kameahle (410) 746-7219
  1466 St. Clair Ave. 9 a.m. Lynnie (216) 246-6352
Youngstown 325 Youngstown-Warren Rd. (Niles) 8:30 a.m. Jessie (717) 350-1501
  3321 Mahoning Ave. 8 a.m. Dave (330) 503-9696
Akron 720 Wolf Ledges Pkwy # 207 9 a.m. Jessie (717) 350-1501
Canton 3919 13th St., SW 9:30 a.m. Jessie (717) 350-1501
Dayton 4127 E. 2nd St. 10 a.m. Stacey (937) 823-6755
Cincinnati 1213 Tennessee Ave. 9:30 a.m. Alan (443) 904-2346
  Jordan Crossing, 7030 Reading Rd. (by library) 9:30 a.m. Marjorie (513) 271-6527
Athens 28 Moore Ave. 9:30 a.m. Delbert (513) 218-2141
Portsmouth 110 Offnere St. 9:30 a.m. Cherice (740) 464-1911

I don’t have a pickup time for the Bowling Green stop, but you can call the contact person to give the time if you’re interested in that stop.

See ya Saturday!

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  • Anonymous

    With big news coming out of the Wisconsin Supreme Court race and union-backed challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg winning by a narrow margin, I think it’s critical that an event like this be jam-packed.

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is already squirming, actually *blaming* the city of Madison (for being so annoyingly supportive of working families?) and denying that the election was a referendum on him and his draconian policies.

    That’s big-time denial. And Kasich needs to feel this heat. I don’t sense the same passion in Ohio as in Wisconsin, but hopefully it’s spilling over as people see real evidence that fairness can prevail.

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