Based on the current rate of registrations, thousands are expected to attend. Attendance is free for those registering online before Sept. 28 at efhutton.com/townhall. Online registration after the 28th but before Oct. 2 costs $25, while tickets at the door will cost $95.
The EF Hutton Town Hall will be held in downtown Springfield, the home of EF Hutton's new national headquarters, at the Clark State Performing Arts Center. EF Hutton CEO Christopher Daniels noted that the event is in line with the company's history of providing economic and financial insight for its clients.
"This event continues EF Hutton's tradition of delivering decisive insights to clients – actionable information at a point that it can have maximum impact," Daniels said. "By sponsoring this debate, EF Hutton seeks to benefit all American's looking for information on policies before going to the ballot box to decide what is shaping up to be a very close election in a key swing state. That makes this debate a potential tipping point for Ohio."
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