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- Party: Republican
- Occupation: United States Representative
- College of WIlliam & Mary/Chase College of Law
- Neigborhood: Westwood
- As a husband, parent, and former teacher I understand the challenges facing families in our community.
- I have worked in Congress to protect our values, fighting to reduce the excessive tax burden on families, return education dollars to our classrooms
- by reducing waste and bureaucracy in Washington, and stop government raids on Social Security.
- Providing tax relief to working families while restraining wasteful government spending.
- Family issues: improve education, eliminate marriage tax penalty, end partial-birth abortion.
- Saving Social Security by stopping government raids on the Trust Fund, and protecing medicare.
- Party: Democrat
- Occupation: Mayor of Cincinnati
- Neighborhood: Avondale
- Thomas More College, University of Cincinnati
- Roxanne Qualls has served the community through public service.
- She served as Director of Cincinnati Citizen Action.
- She was elected to City Council in 1991 and Mayor in 1993, and reelected in 1995 and 1997.
- She has fought successfully to raise the City's home ownership rate, improve public schools, reduce crime and revitalize neighborhoods.
- Fix Social Security, reserving the budget surplus until its solvency is assured.
- Prioritize Education, reducing class sizes and fixing and modernizing schools.
- HMO reform, with a Patient's Bill of Rights that puts patients first.
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