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Thread: Ex-Boy Band member to run for Cincinnati Mayor

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    Re: Ex-Boy Band member to run for Cincinnati Mayor

    Quote Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966
    Heck... if Jerry Springer can become a mayor in a large city in this country, then I wouldn't put it past anyone (or any urban voters) to win a mayoral election.

    Jerry was mayor where?!!? :dflynn:
    GRRRR...as you obviously know, Springer was mayor long before he was on TV, as an anchor or talk-show host. He actually has a compelling background, an immigrant who became a fine attorney and eventually mayor. Also seems like a nice guy in person.

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    Re: Ex-Boy Band member to run for Cincinnati Mayor

    Quote Originally Posted by dsmith421
    GRRRR...as you obviously know, Springer was mayor long before he was on TV, as an anchor or talk-show host. He actually has a compelling background, an immigrant who became a fine attorney and eventually mayor. Also seems like a nice guy in person.
    He also got busted for bouncing a check to a Newport hooker (for services rendered) BEFORE being elected as the Mayor.

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    Re: Ex-Boy Band member to run for Cincinnati Mayor

    Quote Originally Posted by StillFunkyB
    Jessica Simpson as the first lady of Cincinnati.
    "Now tell me again Nick, the Bengals are the baseball team and the Reds are the football team, right?"

    Yeah, that'd go over well.
    /r/reds

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    Re: Ex-Boy Band member to run for Cincinnati Mayor

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve4192
    He also got busted for bouncing a check to a Newport hooker (for services rendered) BEFORE being elected as the Mayor.
    My understanding was that Springer was mayor due to a power-sharing agreement between Charter and the Democrats. Therefore, I believe he was never actually 'elected' mayor. Is that correct?


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