Laure Quinlivan is the newest member of Cincinnati City Council, elected in her first run for political office.
She wants to make Cincinnati “Cleaner, Greener & Smarter” and is champion of the streetcar project and all efforts to green Cincinnati. She Co-Chairs the Mayor’s Green Steering Committee.
Laure is Chair of Council’s Quality of Life Committee which oversees arts, culture, tourism, marketing, environment, education, heath, public services and special events. Her City Hall office number is 513/352-5303 and her staff includes Ashley Patrick and Marvin Hawkins. Call us anytime!
In addition to City Council, Laure Quinlivan has her own video production and consulting company, LQ Consulting, helping organizations tell their stories. She is a member of the Cincinnati Rotary Club.
She is the former Peabody Award-winning investigative reporter from the WCPO-TV I-Team. Her work helped spark the multi-million dollar investment in Vine Street and Over the Rhine. In 2001, in the wake of our city’s riots, Laure produced and reported a one-hour documentary called “Visions of Vine Street” proposing ten solutions to revitalize Over the Rhine. Vine Street is now home to “Gateway Quarter”, an exciting urban neighborhood with new homeowners and unique businesses.
Laure is remembered for her investigative reports on the mismanagement of Paul Brown Stadium construction, which forced Hamilton County to make improvements on the next stadium construction project. She has 18 Emmy awards.
Laure volunteers with Crossroads Medical Center in Over the Rhine, and is a longtime mentor with the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative.
She and her husband live in Mt. Lookout with a teenage daughter and toddler son.
Why I Ran
I bring a new energy and fresh perspective to Cincinnati Council. My 13 years of investigative reporting on the I-Team resulted in positive changes for our community. I stand up for taxpayers and average citizens. I get things done.
My vision for Cincinnati: CLEANER, GREENER & SMARTER
Watch over taxpayer money, eliminate waste.
Promote Cincinnati worldwide to attract residents, business, jobs.
Develop the riverfront with great public spaces and include minority & female-owned contractors.
Make city government accountable, efficient and responsive.
Bring Streetcars for economic development, transportation and the environment.
|Green Cincinnati with bike paths, alternative energy, urban farms and "green collar" jobs.|