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Counter Points is written by WVXU Senior Political Analyst Howard Wilkinson. In it, he shares insights on political news on the local, state and national level that impacts the 2020 election. Counter Points is delivered once a week on Wednesdays and will cease publication soon after the November election is decided.

Mayor John Cranley Shares His Outlook On Cincinnati In 2021

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Jay Hanselman

The year 2020 was historic in Cincinnati with the pandemic leading to shutdowns and fiscal crisis, historic protests of racial injustice, and the arrest of three City Council members. Now 2021 brings the arrival of a new COVID-19 vaccine.

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley begins the final year of his second term as candidates line up to replace him when his time as mayor comes to an end. So, what are his goals for the city in 2021? He joins Cincinnati Edition to discuss the city budget, federal allegations of corruption at City Hall and his hopes and plans for the coming year.

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