A number of protesters gathered in downtown Sandusky on Thursday to demonstrate their opposition to President Barack Obama.
Bill Roberts, running for congress in Michigan, and fellow protestor Alan Egre, said they’d encountered reactions of all kinds since they’d been camped out at about 9:30 a.m. Their goal is to impeach Obama, upsetting him so another Democrat can run for president in the fall election.
“Are you ready to dump Obama?” Roberts asked one driver.
“I’ve been ready,” she said with a thumbs up, before pulling out of the driveway.
For more on the protests of the Obama visit, pick up a copy of Friday's Register.