Geraldo Rivera hosts “Ohio: The Heart of 2020” at Windows on The River on Tuesday, September 10th from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. brought to you by Meritech, technology to empower your business.
Ohio will be the heart of the 2020 election, and with a panel of political pundits, he’ll discuss every angle of this next great race for the highest office in the land.
Special guests include Lt. Gov. Jon Husted. He was previously the Ohio Secretary of State, was in the Ohio Senate and was a member of the Ohio House of Representatives including being the House Speaker. Husted oversees the Ohio Common Sense Initiative, Innovate Ohio and the Office of Workforce Transformation.
Lt. Gov John Husted (photo courtesy of the Lieutenant Governor's Office)
Joining Geraldo will be Bill Wills, host of “Cleveland’s Morning News with Wills & Snyder. For more than 20-years, Wills has been the reassuring voice of reason in morning drive and he’s interviewed Presidents, U.S. Senators, Congressional Representatives and more.
Bill Wills (photo by Janet Macoska)
Both the Democratic and Republican parties of Cuyahoga County will be represented.
Shontel Brown is the Chairperson for the Democratic Party of Cuyahoga County. She currently serves on Cuyahoga County Council as a Represenative for Disctrict 9. Ms. Brown previously served on the Warrensville Heights City Council for three years.
Shontel Brown (photo courtesy of the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party)
Rob Frost is Chairman of the Republican Party of Cuyahoga County, a position he has held since January 2005. Frost currently is serving his third term on the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, and is former city councilman for the City of Rocky River.
Rob Frost (photo courtesy of the Cuyahoga County Republican Party)
Rounding out the panel will be political analyst Tom Beres. He has spent decades observing Ohio’s and Greater Cleveland’s political players and landscape and was WKYC’s Senior Political Correspondent for 18 years. Beres has also moderated debates for U.S. Senator and Cleveland Mayor and is in the Press Club Hall of Fame.