...Dayton being very liberal is pretty weird for a city that would dry up and blow away (or just become Flint South) if not for Wright-Patterson AFB, now that NCR, et al are gonezorz.I'll clear a few things up:
Dayton is a very liberal city, the oregon district especially so. Although there are a few bars in the district where the owners and staff are more right wing or apolitical. Ned Peppers is one, but it's not a "conservative" bar by any stretch. It's just a dive bar that primarily caters to normies who don't live downtown but swarm in on weekends because they think it's cool to go to a seedy city bar. It's definitely not a "white" bar either, lots of black patrons hang out there and some of the nearby bars.