CANTON – Donald Trump spoke at the Canton Memorial Civic Center, his third visit to Northeast Ohio this month.
Before his rally, Trump made a stop at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton as well.
On Wednesday, Canton Mayor Thomas Bernabei said he requested the estimated $20,000 cost of added police and fire personnel, as well as the facility fee at the city-owned Canton Memorial Civic Center, be paid ahead of Trump’s visit.
“This is applicable either to Mr. Trump, to Hillary Clinton, should she choose to come to Canton, or to any other candidate,” Bernabei said.
Bernabei said the fee was paid on Monday.
Earlier this month, Trump made two appearances in Northeast Ohio.
On Labor Day, he was with running mate Mike Pence at a morning round-table discussion with union members in Brook Park.
Then later that week, he spoke at a school in Cleveland.
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