/ Modified jan 29, 2011 10:49 a.m.

New Face in Mayoral Race

Political newcomer wants to create a community where kids will stay

mayor candidate 617x347 Tucson attorney and community leader Jonathan Rothschild talks about his decision to run for mayor.

Come November, Tucson voters will have a chance to decide who will hold the mayor's seat for the next four-year term. Now one early bird has tossed his hat in the ring.

Jonathan Rothschild, a Tucson attorney and community leader, has announced that he's running for mayor. A fourth-generation Tucsonan, Rothschild says he wants to make the city attractive so that young people will want to stay. That means providing an abundance of good jobs and a high quality of life, and he outlines how.

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