Jane L. Campbell

  • Spring 2006

JANE L. CAMPBELL was elected the 55th Mayor of the City of Cleveland. As Mayor, Campbell worked to make Cleveland a stronger, smarter, and safer city, develop a stronger economy that helped Clevelanders build wealth, create a smarter workforce, and to make Cleveland a safer, healthier, more livable city.

Campbell began her career as an elected official in the Ohio House of Representatives. There she concentrated her legislative efforts on issues of particular interest to children, families, and senior citizens, as well as economic development. Campbell co-sponsored a movement to expose individuals who fail to pay child support. Additionally, Campbell was the primary sponsor for all the laws allowing the financing of Gateway