Here's a look at the new Cincinnati City Council

Here's a look at the new Cincinnati City Council
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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Cincinnatians voted on nine city council seats Tuesday, electing six former incumbents and three new faces.

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Here's a look at the new Cincinnati City Council.

Tamaya Dennard

Cincinnati Public Schools and University of Cincinnati product who has City Hall experience. Here is her website.

Greg Landsman

Landsman lives by his parents' motto: actions matter more than words. Here is his website.

David Mann

Mann is Cincinnati's Vice Mayor. You can read more about him here.

Amy Murray

Councilwoman Murray currently serves as Chair of the Major Transportation and Regional Cooperation Committee, and Vice Chair of both the Budget and Finance Committee and Economic Growth and Infrastructure Committee. Here's her website.

Jeff Pastor

On his website, Pastor said his vision includes a focus on jobs, education, and housing. Read more here.

Chris Seelbach

Councilman Seelbach has led efforts on behalf of the LGBT community, renewable energy, and meaningful job training. You can read more about him here.

Christopher Smitherman

Councilmember Smitherman serves as the Chair for the Law and Public Safety Committee and Chair of Economic Growth and Infrastructure for the City of Cincinnati. Learn more here.

PG Sittenfeld

Councilman Sittenfeld chairs the city's Education and Entrepreneurship Committee. Here is his website.

Wendell Young

Councilman Young says on his website he wants to be a voice of reason on City Council. "Let Cincinnati be what unites us," he writes. Learn more here.

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