What is the key to making the city of Dayton successful in the next 10 years, and what steps should the city take now to move in the right direction?
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DAVID K. GREER
Age: 58 | Residence: 344 Middle St. | Education: Patterson Co-Op High School graduate | Current role: Retired; acting president of Powernet of Dayton | Political/government highlights: Northwest Priority Board chairman, member of Dayton Community Police Council | Political party: Longtime Democrat running as independent
JEFFREY J. MIMS JR.
Age: 66 | Residence: 531 Belmonte Park North | Education: Bachelor’s degree from Central State, Master’s from Wright State | Current role: State school board member | Political/government highlights: former president of Dayton Public Schools Board of Education, former president of Dayton Education Association (teachers’ union) | Political party: Democrat
JOSEPH C. LUTZ
Age: 53 | Residence: 606 Warren St. | Education: Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Wright State | Current role: Author, entrepreneur | Political/government highlights: Southeast Priority Board member | Political party: Independent
Age: 50 | Residence: 113 Bonner St. | Education: Bachelor’s degree from Wright State | Current role: Advertising agency owner | Political/government highlights: Former president of Historic South Park, past candidate for city commission and Congress | Political party: Longtime Democrat running as independent
Age: 47 | Residence: 1229 Sunnyview Ave. | Education: Bachelor’s degree from Central State, master’s from Ohio State | Current role: City Commissioner, Market leader for RBS Citizens Financial Group | Political/government highlights: 8 years on Dayton Public Schools Board of Education, 12 years as city commissioner | Political party: Democrat