Ohio requires a candidate to have at least six years of experience. Elizabeth has more than 18. She has relevant, local experience and has been both a prosecutor and defense counsel in Municipal Court, including jury trials. Her experience equips her to preside over a fair and just court.
As both a prosecutor and defense attorney, Elizabeth has practiced in the specialty courts in Hamilton County, including Housing Court, Mental Health Court, Veteran’s Court, Points Docket and the License Intervention Program. She is ready for any and all cases as Municipal Court judge.
Elizabeth believes in fairness and will uphold the law and review every case on its merits. Her recent, relevant experience is what gives her such a firm grasp of fairness, perspective and impartiality.
Having knowledge of the law, and specifically of trial law, gives deeper understanding in what it means to be fair and effective when holding the gavel. Elizabeth is the fair candidate you want on the bench.
Elizabeth Tye is tied to our community. She may start her day with pancakes at Sugar n’ Spice Diner, join a group for lunch after Sunday service at Millie’s Place in Madisonville Or stop by Davis Cookie Co. In Bond Hill to grab a cookie
Cincinnati and District 2’s North Avondale is the place Tye’s proudly calls home. For most of her life, she has resided, worshiped, frequented local shops and businesses, and volunteered right here. Her commitment to improving the community she grew up in is unflagging. She has dedicated herself to a lifelong journey of improving Cincinnati, supporting local leaders and nurturing relationships with others who share her vision of a thriving and just region.