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East Cleveland voters oust council president and one other incumbent, and one incumbent school board member, East Cleveland of which is a majority Black impoverished suburb of Cleveland....By editor Kathy Wray Coleman of and

By Kathy Wray Coleman, editor-in-chief  at and ,  Ohio's most read digital Black newspaper and Black blog.  Tel: (216) 659-0473. Email:   Coleman is an experienced Black political reporter who covered the 2008 presidential election for the Call and Post Newspaper in Cleveland, Ohio and the presidential elections in 2012 and 2016 As to the one-on-one interview by Coleman with Obama   CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE AT CLEVELAND URBAN NEWS.COM, OHIO'S LEADER IN BLACK DIGITAL NEWS . and  -EAST  CLEVELAND, Ohio- East Cleveland voters on Tuesday voted out two incumbent council persons, both allies to Mayor Brandon King and one of them the council president, and kept two school board incumbents while voting out another. King is up for reelection in 2021. East Cleveland is an 92 percent Black and impoverished 

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson wins primary election with ease to face Councilman Zack Reed in November, with Councilman Jeff Johnson finishing third and out of the contest, and as East Cleveland Mayor Brandon King overcomes Una Keenon to win East Cleveland's primary election, all of the sitting Cleveland councilpersons of whom are among the top two candidates for the November general election....Cleveland Ward 1 Councilman Terrell Pruitt will face former councilman Joe Jones, who came in first in the primary, Ward 7 Councilman TJ Dow will face Basheer Jones, Ward 10 Councilman Anthony Hairston will face Eugene Miller, and Ward 14 Councilman Brian Cummins is in a heated race with Jasmin Santana, who finished first in the primary above Cummins....Only 13 percent of registered voters in Cuyahoga County voted in Tuesday's September 12 primary election....By editor Kathy Wray Coleman of,, and, Ohio's Black digital news leaders

Incumbent Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson (left) and Ward 2 Councilman Zack Reed, who will square off in the Nov 7, 2017 general election for mayor of the largely Black major American city, Jackson finishing first in Tuesday's Sept 12 non-partisan primary election, and Reed following in second place and among eight candidates opposing the three-term Mayor Jackson for re-election East Cleveland Mayor Brandon King, who won Tuesday's Democratic primary election for East Cleveland mayor against four challengers, including closet challenger Una Keenon, a retired city judge and president of the East Cleveland Board of Education. King faces Green Party candidate and activist Devin Branch for the Nov. 7 general election. East Cleveland is a largely Black and impoverished suburb of Cleveland, a largely Black major American city ClevelandUrbanNews.Com and the   KathyWrayColemanOnlineNewsBlog.Com , Ohio's most read digital Black newspapers with some 4.8 million readers on