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Hamilton County, OH November 5, 2013 Election
 Smart Voter Elisa Hoffman

Candidate for
Member of Board of Education; Cincinnati City School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Director, Centralized Hiring for an education nonprofit
  • Master of Arts in Teaching, Trinity College
  • BA, Colgate University, magna cum laude
  • Elementary school teacher; school Teacher of the Year
  • Education Chair, Mayor Mallory's Young Professional Kitchen Cabinet
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Parents: I'll listen to parents and community members and respond to their questions, ideas, and concerns.
  • Preschool: We'll increase the number of high-quality preschool seats in CPS so that our children enter kindergarten on track.
  • People: We'll improve our teacher hiring process so we have the best teachers coming into CPS, and support them with effective school leaders.
Questions on Issues

The League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area asked questions on the issues of all candidates for this office.
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Key Endorsements
  • Charter Committee of Greater Cincinnati
  • Equality Cincinnati
Position Papers
Policy Priorities
I am a parent, teacher, and advocate who will work hard to make sure we have great schools in every neighborhood. While there's no silver bullet to change everything overnight, there are things we can do right now to improve outcomes for our kids.
Why I'm Running
Excellent schools are critically important to the success of each of our children, and to the success of our city. I'm a parent, teacher, and advocate who will work to make sure we have great schools in every neighborhood.
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