Trump campaign opens second office in Montgomery County 

Posted: 1:33 pm Wednesday, October 5th, 2016

By Staff Writer

The campaign for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has opened an office in Kettering inside Shops at 3000,  3020 Far Hills Ave.  The store-front location is in addition to the campaign’s first Montgomery County office, located nearby at Montgomery County Republican Party headquarters, 2600 Far Hills Ave. Oakwood.

The newest office for GOP nominee Donald Trump in Montgomery County is at 3020 Far Hills Ave., Kettering. LYNN HULSEY/Staff

The newest office for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in Montgomery County is at 3020 Far Hills Ave., Kettering. LYNN HULSEY/Staff

Bob Paduchik, the Trump campaign’s Ohio state director, said the expanded operations will “accommodate staff and additional volunteers. We continue to distribute signs and materials, and conduct outreach out of both offices.”

Businessman Trump’s running mate is Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.

Both major party candidates have multiple offices in the Dayton region.

Trump’s other are offices include: Greene County: 477 Dayton Drive, Xenia; Butler County: 3431 Princeton Avenue, #100, Hamilton and Warren County: 110 South Broadway, Suite 5, Lebanon.

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign offices in the region are: Montgomery County: 34 E. First St., Dayton;  3085 Woodman Drive, Suite 130, Kettering; and  838 E Main St., Trotwood; Butler County: 41 East High Street, Oxford; Clark County: 283 E Leffel Ln, Springfield and 42 West High Street, Springfield; Warren County: 1975 US-42, Lebanon, and 117 W Main St, Mason; and Champaign County: 300 N Main Street, Urbana.

Dayton campaign headquarters for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at 34 E. First St. LYNN HULSEY/staff

Dayton campaign headquarters for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is at 34 E. First St. LYNN HULSEY/staff

Clinton is a former U.S. senator and U.S. secretary of state. Her running mate is U.S.  Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va.

The presidential race also includes Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson and running mate William Weld and Green Party candidate Dr. Jill Stein and running mate Amaju Baraka. Their websites do not appear to list Ohio campaign offices.