The Doubletree Hilton Hotel in Fairlawn looked a little different Thursday night because a famous guest was in town getting a little R&R before hitting the road Friday morning.
President Barack Obama stayed at the hotel in conjunction with his two day bus trip through Ohio and Pennsylvania.
The orange fencing seen lining both sides of the street served as a buffer zone between the motorcade and the public, but that didn't stop people from standing close by to catch a glimpse of the Commander-In-Chief.
When asked what she would say to the President if she were to have breakfast with him, Karla Zook would want to see health care improved in the United States, especially for senior citizens.
"I think it's a real shame, people work hard all their lives, and do so much, and when it comes down to the last years of their lives they have to pay so much for their medications," Zook said. "Something needs to change there."
Butchie Lightfoot said he would ask Mr. Obama about his religious faith. "I would ask the President how much he loves the Lord," Lightfoot explained. "I think that should be a priority in everyone's life and I think it's a good question to ask him."
Butchie's wife Quindera says she would like to see the state's prison system reformed. "I would ask the President if he got re-elected if he would come to Ohio and help our inmates," she said. "There's a lot of people in jail and need to be free, because we have our own war going on out here."
Another woman who asked not to be named said she would ask President Obama about the high gas prices in the U.S. "It's a fortune," she says. "People can't go on vacations, because you can't spend $175-200 on gas."
The President will be heading to suburban Youngstown to speak at a school Friday afternoon and then is scheduled to appear at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.