August 27, 2013
Where do Cincinnati's Mayoral candidates stand on business issues?
Business groups from across the City of Cincinnati are partnering to present the 2013 Mayoral Candidate Business Forum.
The purpose of the forum is to provide the final two candidates for Cincinnati Mayor an opportunity to convey their ideas and opinions on issues of importance to the business community. It is imperative that business leaders understand where policy makers stand on issues such as taxes, transportation infrastructure, government regulations and responsible government, as these issues have a major impact on a business's ability to thrive and grow. The forum will be moderated by Cincinnati Enquirer Business Editor, Lee Ann Hamilton.
MAYORAL CANDIDATES: The two winners of the September 10 mayoral primary election will participate in the forum.
- Jim Berns, lab director at DAAP, University of Cincinnati, has never been elected to office, but has run for the U.S. House, Cincinnati City Council, Cincinnati Public Schools Board of Education, and the Ohio House of Representatives.
- John Cranley currently works in the private sector as a lawyer at the firm of Keating Muething & Klekamp, and previously served on Cincinnati City Council for nine years.
- Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls has served on Cincinnati City Council since 2007 and previously served as Cincinnati mayor three times in the 1990s. She also works in real estate with Sibcy Cline.
- Sandra Queen Noble currently works as a security officer. She has never been elected to office, but has run for President, Congress, City Council, and Mayor.
Please join the Chamber as we hear from the candidates:
Tuesday, September 10
11:30 a.m - 1:30 p.m.
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal
1301 Western Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45203
$20 to attend; lunch will be served
Register online, or call 513.579.3111.
The 2013 Legislative Speaker Series is presented by: