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A former public school teacher and non-profit leader, Greg Landsman is in his fifth year on Cincinnati City Council. Greg has spent his career fighting for children and families, having successfully led the Preschool Promise which now provides two years of quality preschool for Cincinnati’s three and four year olds.
On council, Greg has proven to be a strong voice for families across the region on issues of housing, wages, climate, and safety. Greg helped shepherd the largest investment in transportation and infrastructure ever in Hamilton County. Greg is running for Congress because Washington needs fewer people who create chaos, and more leaders who know how to get real results.
Greg and his wife, Sarah, live in Mt. Washington with their two children, Maddie and Elijah.