As a former prosecutor and long-time resident of three city neighborhoods, Steve knows first-hand the impact crime, bad roads and abandoned properties can have on our quality of life.
Since being appointed to City Council last year, Steve has led the fight against systemic corruption at City Hall. He is proud to accept the endorsement of the Charter Committee of Greater Cincinnati.
As a former Peace Corps volunteer and Army officer, Steve knows government works best when it embraces the human spirit. And he knows we have a moral obligation to leave no one behind.
Steve has always been a voice for the vulnerable, leading efforts to increase access to drug treatment and second-chance hiring.
I’m Steve Goodin, and since November 30, 2020, I have been honored to serve as your City Councilman.
Public service is not new to me.
As a young man, I served in the Peace Corps, and then as JAG officer in the U.S. Army.
As a prosecutor, I learned we cannot have a civil society without law enforcement.
As a member of the Public Defender Commission, I saw we must have transparency in all government actions, from the police cruiser to the courtroom.
As a member of the Southern Ohio Regional Transportation Authority, I became aware public transit is the key to providing jobs and opportunity.
As the chair of the board at the Center for Addiction Treatment, I was reminded that every life is precious, and that people can get better when given the chance.
As an attorney for the City, I was impressed by the awesome responsibility we have as caretakers of the economic engine which drives a region of three million people.
We need a more transparent, common sense and equitable community.
I am battle-tested and ready to take up the challenge.
Do I have your support?