The Cincinnati Mayor’s race gets crowded

It might be easier to ask who is not running for Mayor of Cincinnati.

The recent arrests of members of the Cincinnati City Council following an FBI investigation have opened the doors wide to the 2021 Mayor’s Race. It seems everyone wants a chance to become Queen City’s next CEO.

And with even more vacancies for councilorships, 2021 will be an exciting year for politics in Cincinnati.

Kevin Necessary is an illustrator and draftsman. His editorial cartoons appear on The Enquirer on Sundays and online every Friday.

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