YOUNGSTOWN — Bill Paris of Hubbard said he and his wife, Ceil, decided to come to a Constitution Party of Ohio political conference in Youngstown “to find out what’s going on.”
The couple were among 10 people who turned out for the this afternoon rally on South Avenue.
“I believe what he said so far,” Paris said, referring to speaker Robert M. Owens, a Delaware, Ohio, attorney and chairman of the party’s Ohio arm.
“It sounds interesting,” Ceil Paris added.
The problem is getting some money behind the movement, Paris said.
But Owens said the party doesn’t need a lot of money to have an impact. It’s a matter of using resources wisely rather than spending large amounts of cash to get the message out, he said.
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