Trump returning to Ohio to rally Republican voters

CINCINNATI (AP) — President Donald Trump is returning to Ohio to try to boost GOP candidates in a Republican-dominated area.

Trump will headline a Friday evening rally at the Warren County Fairgrounds in Lebanon (LEB’-uh-nun), northeast of Cincinnati. The county is a GOP stronghold, and Trump won two out of every three votes there in 2016 as he decisively carried Ohio.

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office is warning drivers to expect heavy traffic and road closures. The Lebanon High School football team moved up its game against Miamisburg High to Thursday night to ease congestion.

U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot (SHA’-but), a Cincinnati Republican whose district encompasses Warren County, is in a hotly contested battle with Democrat Aftab Pureval (PYUR’-vawl).

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