Cincinnati mayoral candidates getting out their message during pandemic

“I don’t think anyone is going to want to shake my hands. It’s not like you can go door to door (and) shake hands. They might be willing to bump my elbows as long as I stay six feet away,” David Man said. Former mayor and current council member Mann is one of nine people… Continue reading Cincinnati mayoral candidates getting out their message during pandemic

Affordable housing advocates say city-approved ballot language biased against ‘housing trust fund’

Cincinnatians will vote in May on a charter amendment to create a multimillion-dollar affordable housing trust fund, but local affordable housing advocates aren’t happy with the language destined for their ballots. Some, including Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati head Margaret Fox, believe the wording is prejudicial and misleading.

Cincinnati’s Black businesses need a boost; how the mayoral candidates say they’ll help

Cincinnati’s mayoral candidates tackled how city government can help Black businesses get greater access to capital, grow their net worth and get a greater share of city contracts.

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