Dayton Mayor Gary Leitzell continued his focus on the positive in Thursday’s State of the City speech, calling attention to two years of budget surpluses, the GE EPISCenter and Dayton racino developments, and national magazine rankings calling Dayton the happiest city to work in and most affordable city in America.
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Learn more about the candidates and issues
We asked all the candidates for Dayton mayor, commission, Troy Council and Urbana Council questions about the future of their cities and what they will do if elected. Get their answers and information on tax and school issues in communities such as Beavercreek, Centerville, Oakwood, Fairborn, West Carrollton and around the Miami Valley in our interactive voters guide at www.daytondailynews.com/go/vote
Dayton Decides event
The three candidates for Dayton mayor will take part in a Dayton Decides event on Saturday, May 4, from 6-11 p.m.
at Brixx Ice Co., 500 E. First St. The event will feature the candidates addressing the city’s issue and live music performances.