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The Election Issue 2014

CityBeat endorses: Pepper • Turner • Pillich • Simendinger • Driehaus • Bryant • Thomas • Tarbell • Rhodes • Yes on 1,6,7 and 8

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This year’s election season is grimmer than most.  

Battle of the Stars

Up-and-coming Democrat Nina Turner goes after the ambitious Jon Husted’s secretary of state position

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As Democrats fight an uphill battle against incumbent Republicans for major statewide offices, one race in particular has taken on an increased significance.
  

Mayor’s Jobs Initiative Criticized for Diverting Nonprofit Funding

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Mayor John Cranley’s “Hand Up” job initiative will be funded in part by cuts to other anti-poverty and blight mitigation programs. That has some advocates for the poor up in arms.
  

NAACP Considering Cincinnati for 2016 Convention

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The convention planning committee for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) on Oct. 17 recommended the Cincinnati for the civil rights organization’s 2016 annual convention.  

Cincinnati’s Last Remaining Abortion Provider Could Close

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The city’s last remaining women’s health clinic that provides abortions might soon be shuttered.
  

The Contender

Will Alison Lundergan Grimes end the 30-year reign of Mitch McConnell?

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Before Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes decided to enter Kentucky’s Senate race last summer, the first-term secretary of state had been told to think again.    

Q&A With David Pepper

Attorney general candidate on his background, hometown and the run for the state's top lawyer post

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CityBeat caught up with the former Cincinnati city councilman and Hamilton County commissioner to discuss his campaign.
  

CityBeat: No Endorsement for Ohio Governor

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 What can you say about this year’s governor’s race?
  

CityBeat: David Pepper for Ohio Attorney General

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 Down the ticket a couple notches, the Democrats have better prospects.  

CityBeat: No Endorsement for Ohio Auditor

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Ohio Auditor Dave Yost’s job is to make sure the state’s money is used efficiently and without corruption.
  

CityBeat: Nina Turner for Ohio Secretary of State

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Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted has been really, really busy over the past couple years working to cut down the number of days people in Ohio have to vote.  

CityBeat: Connie Pillich for Ohio Treasurer

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Normally, sketchy business and blatant political opportunism by current Ohio Treasurer Republican Josh Mandel would be enough by themselves to null any inclination CityBeat might have for endorsing him.
  

CityBeat: No Endorsement for Ohio's 1st District

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Even the most experienced Democrat has little chance to take Ohio’s 1st any time soon, bringing some semblance of truth to the absurd “Freedom isn’t free”  post 9/11 bumper sticker.   

CityBeat: Simendinger, Driehaus, Bryant for State Representative

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Ohio’s House of Representatives is a magical place where small-town thinking goes to become statewide law.
  

City Beat: Cecil Thomas for Ohio State Senator

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Republican Councilman Charlie Winburn wants to represent Ohio’s 9th District, which encompasses most of Cincinnati and leans 70 percent Democratic.