Incumbent mayor Gary Leitzell spent less time talking about specific milestones the city could reach in the next 10 years, and more time focused on how promotion, marketing and other steps could make Dayton known as a progressive city.
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Residence: 114 Volkenand Ave., Walnut Hills neighborhood
Education: Bachelor’s degree, Goldsmiths College, University of London
Current role: Mayor
Political/government highlights: Three-plus years as mayor, former neighborhood association and priority board chairman
Political party: Independent