The candidates to become Cincinnati’s next mayor will hit the streets hard over the next three weeks, pushing the priorities laid out in their last debates.
Vice mayor Roxanne Qualls, and former city councilman John Cranley met last night to promote their plans, if elected, while criticizing each other’s experience and plans.
Qualls wants to build a city that will compete in the global economy, while cranley is pushing for smart city spending.
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