Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Councilman Zack Reed met in their first and only debate in their race for Cleveland mayor Thursday. The City Club back and forth was at times lively with both candidates focusing on the future.
Jackson, who is seeking his fourth four-year term, said he’s running to finish what he started in the area of education reform, neighborhood and city development and public safety. Reed, a four-term councilman, said he’s running to make Cleveland and its neighborhoods safer, while ending double digit poverty and high unemployment.
Both men were critical of each other’s record while serving the city
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