Kucinich advocates for urgent Cincinnati infrastucture needs

In a nationally televised interview that reflected a deep understanding and powerful advocacy of Cincinnati’s critical infrastructure needs, Democratic gubernatorial candidate and former Congressman Dennis Kucinich today urged President Donald Trump and the Republican and Democrats in Congress to “work together” and “deliver.”

On the eve of Trump’s Monday visit to Cincinnati, Kucinich, in an interview this morning on the Fox News Network’s “Fox and Friends,” cited nearly $3 billion in urgent needs in Hamilton County, including the $2.5 billion Brent Spence Bridge over the Ohio River and an estimated $330 million in work on the Western Hills Viaduct. The bridge, he pointed out, carries 160,000 vehicles a day.

“We need help on infrastructure in Ohio, and these projects are critical.”