Jason Williams, Enquirer

Jason Williams


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Jason:

Tom Brinkman on fighting Cincinnati City Hall corruption. 'You just got to get off your dead (a**) and get to work'

Tom Brinkman tells The Enquirer's "That's So Cincinnati" podcast why he led what he sees as an anti-corruption charter amendment. → Read More

A visit home to Cincinnati, an attic trunk, an old recipe: How Sam Adams beer was born

Jim Koch's dad wasn't in favor of his son starting a brewery, but he gave him a family beer recipe anyway. How Samuel Adams beer was born. → Read More

Jason Williams: University of Cincinnati officially submits Big 12 Conference application, university sources say

University of Cincinnati has officially submitted its application to join the Big 12 Conference, according to two university sources. → Read More

PX column: Is Cincinnati's streetcar-hating, Twitter-trolling, conservative watchdog group COAST dead?

Whatever happened to Cincinnati's streetcar-hating, conservative watchdog group COAST? Columnist Jason Williams has the answer. → Read More

Jason Williams: How cicadas left a lasting impact on a father and son

I guess mating isn't the only purpose of a cicada's short life, columnist Jason Williams writes. How cicadas left lasting impact on a father and son. → Read More

Ohio governor's race: 'Our friendship will survive,' Dayton's Nan Whaley says of facing Cincinnati's John Cranley in 2022 Democratic primary

Can Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley lead a Democratic resurgence in Ohio? She joins The Enquirer's That's So Cincinnati to discuss. → Read More

PX column: Two friends prepare to face off in 2022 Ohio Democratic primary. Will Cranley vs. Whaley get nasty?

Friends and fellow Democrats John Cranley and Nan Whaley will face each other in the 2022 Democratic primary for Ohio governor. Will it get ugly? → Read More

PX column: Here's the fallout from a politician calling someone a 'piece of trash' on Twitter

Why do so few top-notch candidates want to run for public office? Look no further than what happened Friday on Twitter, columnist Jason Williams writes. → Read More

PX column: After another failed election for Ohio Democratic Party, will there be calls for leadership change?

Dems refuse to accept it, but voters like Congressman Steve Chabot. He's a big winner on columnist Jason Williams' list of election winners & losers. → Read More

Going Home: 'I wish they'd vote. They love Trump.' A day with the Amish in Southeast Ohio

Amish aren't your typical flag-waving Trump supporters. So what possibly could these deeply religious, family people see in a bombastic, New York showman? → Read More

PX column: Ivanka Trump set for Cincinnati campaign visit as Ohio suddenly becomes major focus in presidential race

Ivanka Trump is set to make a campaign stop in Cincinnati on Friday, another clear sign that Ohio is very much in play in the presidential race. → Read More

PX column: Memo to Joe Biden: You want to win Ohio? Spend more time in these places

Joe Biden could win Ohio. Do you care how he could do it? Nope. You're exhausted and ready to get on with voting, columnist Jason Williams writes. → Read More

Long-time Cincinnati radio host: 'People are still claiming this is one of the most racist towns they've been in'

Long-time radio host Lincoln Ware joined The Enquirer's That's So Cincinnati podcast to do what he does best – speak honestly about politics and race. → Read More

PX column: Why 2020 should show Southwest Ohioans the importance of looking beyond the 'State of Cincinnati' bubble

Columbus has invaded every aspect of our lives in 2020, and there's no better time to ditch the State of Cincinnati mentality. If not now, then when? columnist Jason Williams → Read More

PX column: After sneak attack tax, local Ohio lawmakers agree quirky law needs fixing

Should public boards be able to levy their own tax? "You have to be able to hold somebody accountable," GOP state lawmaker Tom Brinkman says. → Read More

PX column: How Democrat, tourism leader could compete in the Cincinnati mayor's race

Democrats P.G. Sittenfeld and David Mann could soon have company in the 2021 Cincinnati mayor's race. Here's a look at who's considering a run. → Read More

PX column: 'I don't appreciate the lack of transparency,' Republican judge says of Hamilton County Great Parks board

A local judge isn't happy about Great Parks' sneaky attempt to put a tax levy on the ballot. He's offering a solution to bring more accountability. → Read More

PX column: Why new leadership is needed now on The Banks project. 'We'll evaluate that,' Commissioner Driehaus says

It's a mid-summer celebration of some forgettable milestones at Cincinnati's riverfront development project, columnist Jason Williams writes. → Read More

PX column: Hamilton County Great Parks' tax levy is 'height of arrogance,' ex-Cincinnati mayor says

The GOP-controlled Hamilton County parks board recently shocked everyone with a huge tax levy. It's worse than that, columnist Jason Williams says. → Read More

PX column: Ohio Democrats share the blame for putting Larry Householder in power

Democrats will inevitably use the Larry Householder scandal against GOP candidates. But that's not the full story, columnist Jason Williams writes. → Read More