Ohio Senate Candidate says Cities will be a Priority

Ohio Secretary of State, Jennifer Brunner, has said she will make Ohio’s cities a priority if elected to U.S. Senate in 2010.

Ms. Brunner made her speech at Cleveland City’s Club Friday, according to 90.3 WCPN.

I was kind of rooting for her already

I was kind of rooting for her already

From Ideastream:

Brunner outlined three main goals that she’d pursue as Senator, starting with overhauling the way the Department of Urban Development, or HUD, approaches rehabbing low income housing.  She said she wants to see HUD become a leader in green building practices, and collaborate more with the department of Labor to train and create jobs for green collar workers.

Brunner also said she’d work to shore up the automotive supply chain, proposing a new stimulus fund that would guarantee loans to suppliers whose credit has run dry, and to protect fresh water resources – especially the Great Lakes

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3 responses to “Ohio Senate Candidate says Cities will be a Priority

  1. Olivia

    Too bad Ohio will never have a governor who cares about its cities. Seriously, the only Democrat we can get elected is some dude from rural southern Ohio who would probably be a Republican in any real state? We may actually be hopeless…

  2. Pingback: Ohio Senate Candidate Says Cities Will Be a Priority | Rust Wire

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