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Wendell Young doesn’t qualify to run for mayor of Cincinnati, Board of Elections says

By FOX19 Digital Staff

CINCINNATI (FOX19) – Former Cincinnati City Council member Wendell Young will not appear on the ballot for the city’s 2021 mayoral election.

Young had to gather 500 valid signatures to qualify for the May 4 primary. According to the Hamilton County Board of Elections, he came up short.

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