Saturday, October 31, 2009
Poll WorkersPlease fill out this form to volunteer to work a poll on Election Day. You would just be standing outside the poll with one of our signs encouraging voters to vote NO on 9 for a two hour shift!
No on 9 Radio CommercialClick the link below to listen to Mayor Mallory's radio commercial for NO on 9!
Listen to this episode
Friday, October 30, 2009
Business and Labor Agree: No on Issue 9!
Sean Rugless of the African American Chamber
explains why the chamber is opposing Issue 9. Doug Sizemore of the AFL-CIO also announces their opposition to Issue #9
They appear with other business and labor leaders
and Mayor Mark Mallory.
Thursday, October 29, 2009
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Tuesday, October 27, 2009
NO on 9 TV commercial
Watch and share widely! Post it on your facebook wall, post it on other people's wall, tweet it, blog it. Vote No on #9! Make sure your friends know: a NO vote is FOR progress on Issue 9.
Monday, October 26, 2009
The No on Issue 9 Guy is BACK!
And MORE from the No/Yes on Issue Nine Guys!
Oooops. Voters are too SMART for the Yes guy.
Vote NO on Issue 9!
Sunday, October 25, 2009
More video from the No on Nine Guys!
More from the Yes and No on Nine Voter Guys
Vote No on Issue 9!!!!
I'm a No on Nine VoterWatch this now. It's not about the streetcar!
WCPO: Former Mayors warn voters about Issue 9Click here to watch the video.
"They say whether you agree or disagree on streetcars is beside the point."
Friday, October 23, 2009
Issue 9 is Senseless - New Video from Get Sick says NO on 9
What can we say? Just watch it and Vote No on 9~!!!!!!
Mayor David Mann and other leaders urge No on 9!Mayor David Mann urged Cincinnatians to Vote No on 9 at an event this morning.
He was joined by former Mayors Roxanne Qualls and Arn Bortz, as well as former Vice Mayors Marian Spencer and Jim Tarbell.
The event was organized and hosted by Protect the Charter, a coalition of leading civic groups.
Representatives of the coalition also attended:
Alice Schneider, League of Women Voters President, Carolyn Miller, League of Women Voters, Chris Moran, League of Women Voters, Robert Schrage, The Cincinnatus Association, and Michael Goldman, Charter Committee.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
City Beat: Non-Incumbent City Council Candidates Oppose Issue 9CityBeat published the responses from the following candidates asking for their position on Issue #9:
Tony Fischer(D), Nicholas Hollan(D), Anne Murray(R), Laure Quinlivan(D), Bernadette Watson(D), George Zamary(R)
All responded with a NO on Nine vote. Click here to find out why.
Join them and the many others in voting No on 9 in November!
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Soapbox Cincinnati video urges you to VOTE NO ON 9!
Friday, October 16, 2009
Aronoff, Finan, Driehaus Agree: No on 9
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports:
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Co-Chair Joe Sprengard and his wife Amber encourage families to Vote NO on 9!
Monday, October 5, 2009
Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission Opposes Issue 9The Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission is the latest organization to encourage a "NO" vote on issue #9. Click here to read the formal resolution and a memo to Hamilton County municipalities and Board of County Commissioners explaining the Planning Commission's opposition to Issue #9.
In the press release, the Planning Commission states that it is opposed to Issue #9 because it "would have a negative effect on the 3C Rail funding request and likely result in a passenger rail system that bypasses the core city – detracting from the future prosperity of many Hamilton County communities."
Friday, October 2, 2009
State and Federal government aren't going to wait for CincinnatiChannel 5 has an excellent report regarding the city of Cincinnati's application for economic stimulus money to build passenger rail. Click here to watch the report and our co-chair Joe Sprengard.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
City Council Member Roxanne Qualls Wants You To Vote No on 9!