David Mann, Aftab Pureval meet for mayoral debate

What has been a quiet campaign so far will liven up when Cincinnati Councilman David Mann and Hamilton County Clerk of Courts Aftab Pureval meet for a debate on Tuesday, Sept. 21, just days before the start of early in-person and absentee mail-in voting in Ohio.

The debate between the two Democratic candidates vying to be Cincinnati's next mayor will be held at Xavier University's Cintas Center, 1624 Herald Ave., and begin promptly at 7 p.m. 

The event, sponsored by The Enquirer and Xavier University, is open to the public, but attendees must have a ticket to gain entry. 

Tickets are free and can be obtained here. Those not attending the debate can view it live on and The Enquirer's Facebook page.

Mann and Pureval, both from Clifton, won the right to face off in the November election after finishing first and second in the primary election this spring. In that race, they led a field of six candidates.

Mann, 81, is a former mayor and is pitching himself as the steady hand in the wake of corruption scandals at City Hall, which have not implicated him but have landed several of his colleagues in legal trouble. Pureval, 38, is campaigning as a newcomer who can clean up city government.

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