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- Occupation: Attorney, Cincinnati City Council member
- B.A. magna cum laude, Yale University
- Yale Law School graduate
- Clerked for Judge Nathaniel Jones, Sixth Circuit Court
- Assistand Director, International Commission for Economic Reform in St. Petersburg Russia
Mark L. Mallory
- Youth opportunities
- Economic growth and opportunity
- Occupation: Ohio's 9th Senate district in the Ohio General Assembly
- Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Administrative Management from the University of Cincinnati
- Changing the tone at city hall
- Reducing crime, particularly violent crime
- Neighborhood and economic development (including education)
- Occupation: Commissioner of the Ohio Civil Rights Commission
- Member of the Cincinnati City Council from 1993 to 2001
- Bachelor's Degree in Urban Management and Master's Degree in Social Foundations of Education from the University of Cincinnati
- Married for 25 years to Coleen Winburn and father of four children
- Safe Neighborhoods
- Tax Relief and Tax Reform
- Increasing Home Ownership
- Occupation: Vice Mayor
- Bond Hill Resident
- Withrow High School International Studies Academy Graduate (East Side )
- Bachelors Degree of Communications-Grambling State University (Louisiana)
- Statewide Delegate For John Kerry for President
- Received the Gertrude Donahey Award For The Top Female Elected Democrat in Ohio
- Recognized for her leadership nationally by AOL.com, Ebony Magazine, JET Magazine, and VIBE Magazine with US Senator Barak Obama
Justin P. Jeffre
- Reducing Crime and Creating Jobs for Cincinnatians
- Neighborhood & Downtown Development
- Quality Health Care and First Class Health Centers
- Occupation: Entertainer/Singer/Songwriter
- Multi Platinum Recording Artist
- Recognized Ambassador for Cincinnati
- Manager for local and national artists
- People First - ahead of large campaign contributors, political parties or special interests.
- Open Government - End of backroom deals involving corporate welfare through tax giveaways.
- Planned progress through job creation for a sustainable future. We must create jobs immune to outsourcing.
- Occupation: Retired Shoemaker/Small Business Owner
- WW II Veteran
- 55 year resident of community of Madisonville
- Small Business Owner
- Boy Scout Leader-Silver Beaver Award
- President of Madison Villa Board of Trustees
- Chairperson of Trustees at Korean Madisonville United Methhodist Church
Sandra Queen Noble
- Full and Complete Audit of the City of Cincinnati
- Security- 2 police officers per every square mile of the city
- Revitalization of the small business districts
- Occupation: fashion designer, law enforcement
- Community neighborhood: Walnut Hills
- Education: Jim Crow/George Wallace
- Health, education, well-being, housing, transportation
- Employment, Communication, ,Justice Law enforcement
- Environment in the public best interest
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- Forum for candidates
- Communities United for Action is sponsoring a forum for candidates for Cincinnati mayor and city council to talk about neighborhood environmental issues.
- The forum is at 7 p.m. Thursday at Mother of Christ Church, 5301 Winneste Ave., Winton Hills.
- Communities United for Action is a coalition of neighborhood and senior citizen groups and churches working to solve neighborhood problems involving environmental issues, crime, drugs, community reinvestment and utilities.
- AMOS Mayorial Forum on Aug 16 - watch for more details
- DIALOGUE WITH THE
August 17, 2005, 7:00 p.m.
at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ), Cincinnati Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and Cincinnatus are sponsoring a pre-primary election dialogue with the mayoral candidates. The forum will be structured in a unique dialogue format to allow both candidates and citizens maximum opportunity to discuss issues of community and neighborhood importance prior to the September 13 primary election. It is scheduled for Wednesday, August 17.
- The forum will be held at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and will begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. and will conclude at 8:30 p.m.
- 2005 Cincinnati Mayoral Candidate Town Hall Forum CET and Legacy airs live on CET Tuesday, August 30, at 7:30pm
Register to be part of the Studio Audience for the Mayorial Forum hosted by CET and Legacy
- Sunday Markets on Main September 11 from 11 am - 3 pm
Candidates for Mayor, Cincinnati City Council and the School Board have been invited to visit Sunday Markets onMain to hear from you. Sit and share a cup of coffee, debate overa a cold one, or talk issues as you stroll along Main Street. Browse the galleries and bump into your favorit candidate
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