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Hamilton County, OH May 4, 2010 Election
Smart Voter Full Biography for Tracie M. Hunter

Candidate for
Judge; Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division; Democratic Party

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I have been committed to public service my entire professional career. A licensed attorney for over 17 years, I often provide pro bono representation to clients in order to ensure them equal protection under the law. During my legal tenure, I served as an Attorney advocate and Guardian Ad Litem for abused and neglected children with Pro Kids; represented indigent adult and children as a contracted Attorney for the Public Defenders Office; and provided private legal counsel on probate, personal injury and civil rights cases. I also worked in youth houses or stay centers for juvenile offenders.

I am also the Pastor of the Western Hills Brethren In Christ Church. In 2009 I became the first African-American Senior pastor in North America in the history of the Brethren In Christ denomination. My mission is to help individuals reach their full potential intellectually, physically and spiritually.

A journalist and broadcaster for over 20 years, I operated the oldest and longest running urban Gospel radio station, WCVG, in the Cincinnati radio market. As Chairman/ CEO of TMH Media Group and CEO of Kingdom Life Ministries, Inc. I continue to own and operate, an Internet radio station broadcasting spiritually inspirational programming, news and information. I hosted "Tracie Live," radio talk show for over 15 years and "In Focus" television program for nearly 10 years. I have been a feature columnist for several newspapers and magazines.

To reduce crime and build community, I have organized over 200 prayer missions in Cincinnati's toughest neighborhoods and taught over 100 churches to organize prayer walking missions in urban neighborhoods. Guidepost Magazine documented that a prayer walk I coordinated with over 1000 people was instrumental in squelching a violent uprising during civil unrest in Cincinnati. My staff has been coordinating and serving meals to hundreds of Cincinnati's homeless population weekly since 2006.

I have received numerous awards and recognition for leadership, advocacy and service to the community. I am most proud of those that reflect my commitment and compassion to pursue justice for all.

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