When you get your first ride at the OHIO STATE FESTIVAL, watch the video below to find out what it’s like for a local mom to walk down the aisle at the annual fair.

When you get your first ride at the OHIO STATE FESTIVAL, watch the video below to find out what it’s like for a local mom to walk down the aisle at the annual fair.

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Posted November 04, 2018 12:02:01It may not be the best-known annual fair in the United States, but the Ohio State Fair is certainly one of the biggest.

It’s the largest event of its kind in the world, and it takes place at the Fairgrounds in Cincinnati.

The Ohio State fair is an annual event that attracts about 200,000 people each year.

It was created in 1916 by the Ohio General Assembly, and has grown in size and influence as the state’s economy has grown.

It is held every year on the first Saturday in November, but its popularity has increased exponentially over the years.

Ohio State Fair, in picturesThe Ohio state fair has been the subject of much controversy in recent years, with protests against the police violence against protesters, police brutality against Black Lives Matter activists, and police brutality and racism against immigrant communities.

The Ohio state legislature passed a law in 2019 that required the state police to conduct a full investigation into the fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice by a police officer in Cleveland in November of last year.

The law sparked a nationwide uproar.

The mayor of Cleveland, Tom Barrett, said he believed the police had been unfairly targeting Black Lives Matters activists.

A number of other protests took place throughout the country against police brutality, police militarization, and the Cleveland Police Department.

In August of 2019, protests in Ohio City, Ohio, took a deadly turn when a police car was riddled with bullets.

The protests were largely peaceful until two weeks ago, when a white police officer shot and killed a Black man, James Byrd Jr., who was carrying a toy rifle.

The killing sparked protests throughout Ohio City and surrounding communities.

In response, the Ohio House of Representatives passed a bill on November 3, 2019, which requires police to undergo a full police-civilian accountability review.

The bill was referred to the state Senate for a vote, but it was shot down in committee.

In addition, the Senate passed a second version of the bill in January, and House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger introduced a bill to amend the law to require police to have body cameras.

On November 16, 2019 President Donald Trump signed the bill into law.

The new law has sparked debate and criticism, including calls for reform of the law and the need for a more inclusive police force.

The fair is also the focus of much debate over its use of the National Guard.

Last year, the federal government stepped in to fund the operation of the fair, with funds going to state governments and the National Guards.

The Fair has been criticized for the cost of the operation, and some lawmakers have called for the state to use the funds for other programs.

The Fair is one of many annual events in the state that involve the military.

There are two military parades every year, and in 2018, the U.S. Army National Guard staged an annual parade through downtown Columbus.

The fair also hosts a military drill every year.

In the 2018-2019 school year, students attend a military-style event called the Great Patriotic Parade, which includes military-themed music, flags, floats, and marching bands.

Students from around the state attend the events, as well.

The Great Patriot Parade is held in the city’s downtown area, and many Ohio City residents have attended it.

In 2017, students and faculty at the Ohio Military Academy attended the parade and participated in a mock flag ceremony.

The Great Patriots are one of five Ohio parades scheduled this year, along with the Independence Day parade, Veterans Day, Veterans Memorial Day, and Ohio Day.

The parade is typically held at Columbus State University, and is held on the third Friday of each month, on the second Saturday of November.

The day before the parade, students, faculty, and staff march from the Ohio Stadium in front of the Fair, and after the parade students and staff will return to campus.

The Columbus State Fair has become an annual tradition in the past, and for good reason.

It has grown exponentially over time, and more people than ever are attending the fair each year to enjoy the atmosphere and experience the fair’s unique features.

The average adult in Ohio spends about $60 on food and beverage, and an estimated 10 million visitors each year come to the fair to attend events.

In addition, more than 60,000 children attend the fair.