IT'S TIME TO VOTE FOR AN INDIVIDUAL WITH

EXPERIENCE AND A PASSION FOR CINCINNATI.

For nearly half a century, Jim Tarbell has been a ubiquitous presence in the Queen City in political campaigns, celebrations, cultural events, and every other aspect of civic life.  Calling him a civic booster does not even begin to describe his contributions.  He is a politician, neighborhood preservationist, historian, concert promoter, idealist, activist, provocateur, thorn and visionary.  Has anyone ever loved Cincinnati more passionately?

Jim's community involvement started at 11 years old organizing a “polio carnival” fundraiser; at 15 suggesting to local officials to open a teen center instead of complaining about kids hanging out on the street; as a young adult realizing new life for old buildings in downtown Cincinnati; then restaurant revivals,  a rock 'n roll music venue (think Allman Brothers), architectural preservation, and the list goes on.

 

 Jim has long been a respected citizen of Cincinnati as a council member for nine years and through his many local accomplishments.

 Jim Tarbell is back and wants
to pick up where he left off:  fulfilling Cincinnati’s potential starting with City Hall. 

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GOOD WORK

    Cincinnati Council Member 

    Cincinnati Vice Mayor                             

    Board Member History:

  • City of Cincinnati Planning Commission

  • Taft Museum

  • Cincinnati Music Festival

  • Cincinnati Preservation Association

       Business Owner:

  • Arnold's Bar & Grill  

  • Grammer's Restaurant    

  • Ludlow Garage Rock Club

        Awards:

  • Over the Rhine Chamber's             Man of the Year (1997)

  • Charter Committee's Civic     Gumption Award (1994)

   

This is the short list.

There's more....