Issues

Good Government

Government can’t work if people don’t trust their government. We need to restore trust in city hall. I will use my experience and commitment to integrity to get city hall working again.

Campaign Finance Reforms

My vote is not for sale, and that's why I support the Landsman ordinance to disclose donors who come before council. Transparency in government is essential.

Economic Development

Economic development is key to good-paying jobs and good city services. When the city grows, we have more resources to accomplish all our goals for the people of Cincinnati.

Racial Justice

Everyone should feel welcome and respected in Cincinnati, regardless of race, gender, orientation or religion. I’ll work every day to root out discrimination and set the tone for cooperation.

Affordable Housing

We don’t have nearly enough affordable housing. I want to tie investments in affordable housing into tax abatements for luxury housing and bring everybody to the table to figure new ways to build more.

Minimum Wage Increase

Bringing local government agencies up to $15 minimum wage is the right thing to do. But we need it citywide and statewide, which is why I will continue to fight for a statewide minimum wage.
MAKING CINCINNATI A QUALITY CITY

CORE PRINCIPALS

Clean

We need an excellent, well respected, Public Works Department

Safe

Citizens must feel safe in their homes, businesses, or other public spaces.

Vibrant

Economic Development is critical to the growth of a vibrant city.

Accessible

Our Metro system must be able to move people about in an efficient timely fashion.

Educated

Quality Schools - learning starts from the womb through postsecondary education.

Inclusive

Equal opportunity for all. MBE/WBE/DBE programs must be open and transparent.

Affordable

Citizens must be able to afford to live in the city alongside one another.

Transparency

Citizens must have a government with honesty and integrity that they can trust.

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