The $10 Million a Minute Tour — headlined by former U.S. Comptroller General David M. Walker and other national economic experts — will hold a Town Hall in Strongsville from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm on Saturday, Sept. 15.
The Town Hall ties directly into the issues that are a major focus of the U.S. presidential campaign: national debt, social insurance programs, taxes and jobs.
The "Preserving the American Dream: Fiscal Solutions for Our Future" Town Hall will digitally measure public sentiment throughout the event. The audience — a demographically representative group of Ohio voters — will register their opinions on the bus tour's suggested reforms, so their responses to various solutions will be instantly tallied.
The Town Hall is being held in Ohio's 16th District, the state's most hotly contested Congressional District.
Interested registered voters must apply to ensure partipants are demographically and politically representative of the state of Ohio. Two-thirds of those accepted will be residents of the 16th Congressional District.
You can learn more about the $10 Million a Minute tour here: www.10millionaminute.com