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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
mayoral candidates took advantage of Labor Day events in Toledo, using them as
part of their final campaign push.
primary election is coming up, so candidates were on the streets during the
Labor Day parade to talk to people and be seen.
want to talk to as many voters as I possibly can," said Joe McNamara. "I think
the one-on-one conversations that I have with people to hear what Toledoans are
concerned with, and so they can hear what my plans are for the future of
parade brought hundreds of people to the downtown area.
signed up so many volunteers at the parade today," said Anita Lopez. "Individuals
excited that we're keeping a positive campaign."
their work won't end when the events do.
hit the trail tomorrow, and we'll be door-to-door," said Mike Collins.
Mike Bell's secretary says he has not attended the parade in years. She says he
wasn't invited, and he wanted to respect the feelings of some union workers.