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LWV League of Women Voters of Ohio
Hamilton County, OH November 6, 2001 Election
 Smart Voter Jane Anderson

Candidate for
Council Member; City of Cincinnati

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Adjunct Associate Professor, U.C.
  • Neighborhood: East Walnut Hills
  • Education: Wellesley College, University of Cincinnati Ph.D.
  • Teacher of Politics and Government; Consultant to Charter Review Committee;
  • Community Volunteer and Civic Leader for 38 years - League of Women Voters, Women's City Club, Cincinnatus, Citizens for Civic Renewal, Leadership
  • Cincinnati, Cincinnati Human Relations Commission, Police Services Advisory Panel,
  • Parham School Community Involvement Task Force, Youth Services Coordinating Council.
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Restore confidence in government by making City Hall more focused and accountable.
  • Strengthen neighborhoods through improved safety; small business development and increased housing options.
  • Enhance opportunities for youth in education, health and job readiness and training.
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Questions on Issues

The LWV Cincinnati Area asked questions on the issues of all candidates for this office.
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Position Papers
Housing Must Be a City Priority
Housing is a key to neighborhood and economic revitalization, which are essential for rebuilding Cincinnati. The City must take specific steps to establish sound policies and provide the means for assuring effective implementation in order to foster a healthy housing environment across all income levels. The paper explains specific proposals to accomplish this.
Cincinnati's Opportunity for Effective Campaign Finance Reform.
Campaign finance reform will bring the local elections process and the operation of local government back to the people. It will decrease the impact of big money on mayoral and council elections, foster a more level playing field for candidates, and restore public confidence in government. The paper explains the background of this grassroots effort and the provisions of the proposed charter amendment.
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