With Election day about a month away, union workers and public employees have opened a local headquarters as they set out to convince residents to vote "No" on Issue 2. We Are Ohio opened Monday at 913 W. Washington St. in Sandusky.
While the group's members are going door to door and working the phones to garner support for their cause, supporters of Senate Bill 5 are also launching ad campaigns that say the bill puts public employees' wages and benefits in line with those of private-sector workers.
Among the public employees leading the fight against Senate Bill 5 are Brian Nitschke, 42, an orchestra teacher for Sandusky Schools, and Glenn Szatala, 49, a Sandusky firefighter.
Pick up Tuesday's Register to read what Nitschke and Szatala have to say about battle.
Want to help?
WHAT: We Are Ohio office in Sandusky
WHERE: 913 W. Washington St.
HOURS: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday.
MORE: The group seeks volunteers to make phone calls and knock on doors. Call 419-537-3253 or go to weareohio.com for more information.