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LWV League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area Education Fund
Hamilton County, OH November 8, 2011 Election
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Sandra Queen Noble
Answers Questions

Candidate for
Council Member; City of Cincinnati


The questions were prepared by the League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area and asked of all candidates for this office.
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Questions & Answers

1. What are your qualifications for office? (50 word limit)

Running for public office since 1984. Presidential candidate Four times. Mayor, six times, city council and congress twice. I fight for child custody with law suits, creativity and solutions. It was my Idea to put cameras in streetlights and cops on bikes. I claim my ideas from 1991 to 93.

2. How would you balance the City Budget? (100 word limit)

As an innate law enforcement office. I would hold, literally hold, city government officials, criminally accountable for not exercising fiscal discipline with annual revenue secured to balance the budget. Politicians want baseball teems to win games but they can't balance a budget for the home teem.

3. What services do you believe should be considered basic and essential for the City? (100 word limit)

The Business of city government: business, planning, residential, public safety, courts, health & human services, parks, recreation, the arts, transportation, employment, utilities, clean safe crime free environments, politics, religion, help information. The science of mans humanity towards men, woman and children because dogs and cats are already feeling it.

4. What actions will you take to support clean air?

Eliminate ghettos, Investing in the public good. Support The City of Cincinnati Environmental Justice Ordinance of 09. I created The Court Yard of Law. An addition to the judicial system, is the Art of Fist to Cuffs. It'll deal with the environment and other torts. False charges, slander, gangs, lynch mobs, six amendment issues.

I want to help reduce Childhood poverty. I developed The Security Child Care Program. It puts children in the best of caring hands, second only to Mothers and Fathers, who have to trust their kids to others. Email For a copy of the manifesto.


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