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Roxanne Qualls

Roxanne Qualls is a familiar face to many people in Cincinnati, but she hasn’t talked much to the media since losing the mayoral race in November to John Cranley. This week, I interview Qualls and we discuss the mayoral campaign, including whether she thinks she should’ve done anything differently. Also, she talks about what she’s done since leaving the limelight, what she does to relax and whether she plans on running for political office again.

12 MIN2014 MAR 18
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Minority Inclusion, Cranley Defends Board of Health Pick, Budget Deficit

Kevin and WCPO Reporter Lucy May discuss Cincinnati’s efforts to improve minority inclusion in city contracting. Also, what the city manager says about a looming budget deficit, and a controversial appointment to the Board of Health. Join me for interviews with Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, City Councilwoman Amy Murray, Acting City Manager Scott Stiles and WCPO Reporter Lucy May.

14 MIN2014 MAR 11
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Minority Inclusion, Cranley Defends Board of Health Pick, Budget Deficit

Sherrod Brown (Mar. 3, 2014)

Kevin talks to U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown about is his fight to raise the federal minimum wage, his thoughts on immigration reform, and which team is better — the Reds or the Indians. This episode also features interviews with civil rights pioneer Marian Spencer, Ohio Attorney General candidate David Pepper and Jay Kincaid, chief of staff for Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley.

16 MIN2014 MAR 4
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Sherrod Brown (Mar. 3, 2014)

Rising violence, minority inclusion, streetcars (Feb. 24, 2014)

This week's podcast features a look at how Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell plans on dealing with rising violence in Cincinnati. Also, listen to interviews with Ohio Rep. Alicia Reece, City Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld and Chris Eilerman, the city's streetcar manager.

18 MIN2014 FEB 25
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Rising violence, minority inclusion, streetcars (Feb. 24, 2014)

Alex Triantafilou (Feb. 17, 2014)

Chairman of the Hamilton County Republican Party, Alex Triantafilou, gives his views on early voting, voter fraud, and bringing the RNC to Cincinnati. Plus, soundbites from Mayor John Cranley and Vice-Mayor David Mann.

14 MIN2014 FEB 17
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Alex Triantafilou (Feb. 17, 2014)
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Latest Episodes

Roxanne Qualls

Roxanne Qualls is a familiar face to many people in Cincinnati, but she hasn’t talked much to the media since losing the mayoral race in November to John Cranley. This week, I interview Qualls and we discuss the mayoral campaign, including whether she thinks she should’ve done anything differently. Also, she talks about what she’s done since leaving the limelight, what she does to relax and whether she plans on running for political office again.

12 MIN2014 MAR 18
Comments
Roxanne Qualls

Minority Inclusion, Cranley Defends Board of Health Pick, Budget Deficit

Kevin and WCPO Reporter Lucy May discuss Cincinnati’s efforts to improve minority inclusion in city contracting. Also, what the city manager says about a looming budget deficit, and a controversial appointment to the Board of Health. Join me for interviews with Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, City Councilwoman Amy Murray, Acting City Manager Scott Stiles and WCPO Reporter Lucy May.

14 MIN2014 MAR 11
Comments
Minority Inclusion, Cranley Defends Board of Health Pick, Budget Deficit

Sherrod Brown (Mar. 3, 2014)

Kevin talks to U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown about is his fight to raise the federal minimum wage, his thoughts on immigration reform, and which team is better — the Reds or the Indians. This episode also features interviews with civil rights pioneer Marian Spencer, Ohio Attorney General candidate David Pepper and Jay Kincaid, chief of staff for Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley.

16 MIN2014 MAR 4
Comments
Sherrod Brown (Mar. 3, 2014)

Rising violence, minority inclusion, streetcars (Feb. 24, 2014)

This week's podcast features a look at how Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell plans on dealing with rising violence in Cincinnati. Also, listen to interviews with Ohio Rep. Alicia Reece, City Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld and Chris Eilerman, the city's streetcar manager.

18 MIN2014 FEB 25
Comments
Rising violence, minority inclusion, streetcars (Feb. 24, 2014)

Alex Triantafilou (Feb. 17, 2014)

Chairman of the Hamilton County Republican Party, Alex Triantafilou, gives his views on early voting, voter fraud, and bringing the RNC to Cincinnati. Plus, soundbites from Mayor John Cranley and Vice-Mayor David Mann.

14 MIN2014 FEB 17
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Alex Triantafilou (Feb. 17, 2014)
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