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- I am a journalist and community advocate/volunteer with a proven record of commitment and results
- I was born to be a servant leader.
- A 25-year background in business and media
- I've served on boards both local and national
- My passion is helping people, which is the foundation of good government and our city's Charter
- Establish accountable, inclusive and efficient government that develops jobs and improves neighborhoods
- Restore order and safety to our streets and strengthen Cincinnati's tarnished image
- Revitalize Cincinnati's downtown by capitalizing on the city's cultural arts and heritage
- Occupation: Mayor, City of Cincinnati & Consultant for KMK
- Community/Neighborhood of Residence:West End
- Education:Purcell Marian High School, Notre Dame, and University of Cincinnati Law School
- Qualifications for Office:
- Vast knowledge of City issues, Commitment to Cincinnati, Lawyer,
- Dedicated to helping Cincinnatians achieve a better life
- Improving Police Community Relations & Decreasing Crime
- Strengthening Economy through New Jobs and More Development
- Improving Neighborhood and Downtown Business Districts
Michael D. Riley
- Occupation: President of CSA, Inc
- Community/neighborhood: Live in Madisonville, work in Roselawn
- Education: Walnut Hills, HS, Purcell High School GED, UC Criminal Justice - Business, CPP and Notary
- P.I. and corporate turnaround specialist
- I want to help Cincinnati
- I have brought a lot of jobs into Cincinnati. As a native and business owner I have no interest in a political career
- Occupation: Self employed
- Community/neighborhood: Evanston
- Education: Withrow High, Cincinnati Technical, University of Cincinnati
- Working with Evanston community Council and city council.
- Working in the community Working with other civil groups in the community.
- Work for county and city government. Having my own business
- Working with federal and state laws and relations.
- Bring unity to the community
- Working with the police to better relations
- More jobs and better housing
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