The three candidates for Dayton mayor agreed on the importance of a lively downtown and backed the group Mayors Against Illegal Guns at a candidate forum Tuesday night, but they were slightly at odds on housing strategies, aerial surveillance and other issues.
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Online voters guide
The candidates for Dayton mayor and commissioner answered several questions from us on issues including crime, housing and ways to improve the city as part of our 2013 Voters Guide. There are candidates and tax issues on the May 7 ballot in communities around the Miami Valley. Go to DaytonDailyNews.com/go/vote to learn more about what’s on your ballot.