Cincinnati's Mallory Winning Second Term
Mark Mallory, the Democratic mayor of Cincinnati, looks like he's cruising to a second term. He's got 57 percent of the vote with 55 percent ...
Mallory never broke much of a sweat campaigning in the largely Democratic city. He said that his bigger Election Day worry was Issue 9, a local measure to require a vote of the people on passenger rail expenditures -- a move to block construction of a streetcar line. But the measure appears to be losing.
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