In one of the biggest working family victories in Tuesday's elections, Cincinnati voters overwhelmingly defeated a city charter amendment that would've eliminated defined-benefit pensions for city workers and replaced them with defined-contribution plans. How overwhelming were the voters in rejecting the assault on public pensions? By a margin of 78%–22%. Yes, only 22% of the electorate in Cincinnati, not exactly a liberal bastion, supported cutting public pensions. Maybe those who are pushing the anti-pension agenda across the country should take notice.