I'm perplexed that someone would go from being the Treasurer of CincYPAC to a supporter of COAST. Ben at Cincyvoices has a very good article describing what I would characterize as the bizarre and unprofessional actions of Aja Roberto in how she resigned from the CincYPAC board and made unclear and unsubstantiated claims against the organisation, then went on to be a host of the COAST fundraiser supporting Issue 48 and against all passenger rail projects in Cincinnati.
It made her appear to just be a Republican pissed that most of her Republican candidates who don't agree with CincYPAC issues didn't get endorsements. Something to be shocked over, I'm sure....
What the evidence of this situation points to in my opinion is that a hardcore Republican confused the stated issues of CincYPAC with the anti-city stances of Suburbanite Republicans and was pissed that more people were not as confused as she was, so she created a spectacle. Classy, I know.
That's what I'd call a shit show. It's also radioactive for any political candidate who allows her into their campaign on a significant level. She'd fit in well with Chabot or Winstrup, I'd surmise. I hope she stays out of City politics, of which she's greatly mistaken on where YP's stand.