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Being Like Mike

If every local politician were more like Mike Moroski, Cincinnati would be a better place

Comments 0 · Oct 30, 2013 09:37 am

Cincinnati could stand to have a few more politicians like Mike Moroski. Really, the world could just use a few more people like him, too.
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Pull up a Seat

Michelle Dillingham speaks out on consistently overlooked issues

Comments 0 · Oct 30, 2013 09:31 am

 City Council candidate Michelle Dillingham defines herself as the most vocal advocate for affordable housing policies in the council race — and a look at her personal history helps expla ...

Holding out Hope

Greg Landsman puts empirically backed ideas at the front of his campaign for council

Comments 0 · Oct 30, 2013 09:24 am

City Council candidate Greg Landsman acknowledges government can’t do everything, but that isn’t an excuse to quit. To him, it’s a reason to rethink the approach and instead leverage every resource, through public-private partnerships, to solve Cincinnati’s shortcomings. ...

Which Came First, the Chicken or the Streetcar?

Comments 3 · Oct 30, 2013 09:12 am

Catering to naysayers is somewhat of an election-year tradition in Cincinnati, and no amount of social, economic and development progress will end it anytime soon. Despite our nationally recognized successes in recent years, our estimable river city is still the sum of many parts, a city of neighborhoods, many of which resent investment in urban infrastructure. ...

White (and Orange) Noise

Mayoral and council candidates who say they’ll shut down the streetcar ignore the realities facing the project

Comments 12 · Oct 9, 2013 09:09 am

Mayoral and council candidates who say they’ll shut down the streetcar ignore the realities facing the project.
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Defriending COAST

Local politicians distance themselves from COAST’s bigoted history and hypocritical tactics

Comments 1 · Oct 16, 2013 09:23 am

Mayoral candidate John Cranley says he would reject an endorsement from the Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes (COAST), a conservative group formed in 1999 with a history of anti-LGBT causes. ...

Council Candidates Agree to Support All Neighborhoods

Eighteen of 21 candidates participated in Oct. 5 forum

Comments 1 · Oct 6, 2013 04:37 pm

Just one month before voters pick nine council members at the ballot box on Nov. 5, 18 of 21 City Council candidates on Oct. 5 participated at a candidate forum that covered issues ranging from better supporting low-income Cincinnatians to expanding downtown's growth to all 52... More

 
 

Q&A: John Cranley

Mayoral candidate speaks on campaign, parking deal, streetcar

Comments 3 · Feb 21, 2013 04:02 pm

For better or worse, Cincinnati will have to deal with another major election cycle for City Council and the mayor’s office in 2013. With four-year terms for City Council recently approved by voters, the 2013 election could play one of the most pivotal, long-term roles in Cincinnati’s... More

 
 

Q&A: Roxanne Qualls

Vice mayor talks immigration, parking plan, streetcar

Comments 0 · Mar 7, 2013 05:36 pm

For better or worse, Cincinnati will have to deal with another major election cycle in 2013. With a few hot-button issues already grabbing the public spotlight, a lot could be at stake when voters pull the lever on Nov. 5 — making a proper understanding of the candidates all the more... More

 
 
 
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