AS PROMISED…
SHE’S GETTING IT DONE


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PROMISES KEPT

As President of the Hamilton County Commission, Denise Driehaus has a record of real results. Denise is bringing fiscal accountability to the County Commission, ensuring that our tax dollars are being invested in projects that create local jobs

ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES

She's ensuring that our tax dollars are being invested in projects that create local jobs.

INFRASTRUCTURE & NEIGBORHOODS

She's increasing opportunities for minority owned businesses and investing in infrastructure.

HEROIN CRISIS & PUBLIC SAFETY

She took on the big drug companies for their role in causing the heroin crisis.

She’s getting it done by

  • Holding evening meetings in our neighborhoods to make the County Commission more open and accessible to citizens.

She’s getting it done by

  • Expanding Opportunity.
  • Creating the Office of Economic Inclusion to ensure
    that minority and women-owned businesses get
    their fair share of county contracts.
  • Establishing Community Benefits Agreements on
    county projects to ensure our local dollars are
    invested in our local workers.
  • Founding the Commission on Women and Girls to
    promote equality and leadership development.

She’s getting it done by

  • Tackling the heroin crisis head On.
  • Taking on the big drug companies for their role in
    causing the opioid crisis.
  • Fighting for more access to treatment.
  • Supporting first responders with more resources.

She’s getting it done by

  • Investing in our infrastructure and
    our neighborhoods.
  • Funding road and bridge projects like the Western
    Hills Viaduct.
  • Solving the 911 funding crisis, freeing up public
    safety resources in your neighborhood.
  • Stopping the sewer rate hikes for four straight years.