Cincinnati mayor's race

Local News
1:37 pm
Wed July 31, 2013

Berns drops out of Cincinnati's mayoral race

In a hand-written letter, Libertarian Jim Berns has told the Hamilton County Board of Elections he is withdrawing from the Cincinnati mayor’s race, saying he does not want “my participation in the illicit mayoral primary” that costs the taxpayers $400,000

But there are still three other candidates on the ballot - Roxanne Qualls, John Cranley, and Queen Noble. That means the September 10 primary will go forward.

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Local News
2:49 pm
Tue July 30, 2013

Chamber schedules two Cincinnati mayor debates

The two candidates who will face each other this fall for the job of Cincinnati mayor will meet in two debates – one on Sept. 17 and another televised debate on Oct. 15 -    sponsored by the Cincinnati USA Chamber of Commerce.


The participants in the debate will be the two top vote-getters in the Sept. 10 mayoral primary. There are four candidates on the primary ballots – Democrats Roxanne Qualls and John Cranley, Libertarian Jim Berns and independent Sandra Queen Noble.

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Local News
9:17 am
Wed July 24, 2013

Early voting for Cincinnati mayor begins August 6

Early voting for the September 10 Cincinnati mayoral primary begins on Tuesday, Aug. 6.

Persons who want to cast early absentee ballots can find applications at the Hamilton County Board of Elections website. They are also available at public libraries in Cincinnati and at the board of elections offices.

In-person early voting at the board offices at 824 Broadway downtown will begin the same day.

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Howard Wilkinson weekly chat
9:00 am
Mon July 8, 2013

Howard Wilkinson talks about the Cincinnati Mayor Primary and the Presidential Race

photo by Michael Keating

This week Howard Wilkinson talks about why there will be a primary election for Cincinnati Mayor and some regional politicians who's names are being mentioned for president in 2016.

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Politics
12:00 am
Sun July 7, 2013

Is there an advantage in winning mayoral primary?

There will be a primary election for Cincinnati mayor on September 10.  How much it will tell us about who will ultimately become the new mayor of the city on December 1 is an open question.


We do know this – it will be one of the two top vote-getters in the primary, who will face each other in the November election.

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