Anne Holton, wife of Democratic VP nominee Tim Kaine, coming Thursday



Anne Holton, wife of Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Tim Kaine and former Virginia secretary of education, will campaign for Hillary Clinton in the Dayton area today.

She is having an event in Trotwood at one of the local Clinton/Kaine campaign offices.

She will focus on registering voters and have an event with veterans and military families.

She also has events in the Columbus and Zanesville area Thursday.

Doors open for the Trotwood event, 838 E. Main Street at 10:15 a.m. People wanting to attend can RSVP at HillaryClinton.com


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