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Hamilton County, OH November 3, 1998 General

Attorney General

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Betty Montgomery 175,874 votes 65%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Ohio Attorney General
  • Community/Neigborhood: Perrysburg
  • Education; B.A. Bowling Freen State University; Juris Doctor, University of Toledo
  • Criminal prosecutor for eleven years, assistant Prosecuting Attorney; Perrysburg City prosecutor
  • Wood County Prosecuting Attorny - Ohio's only county prosecutor
  • State Senator, Chair of Criminal Justice Subcommittee; Vice Chair, Senate Judicary Committee and Criminal Sentencing Commission
Richard Cordray 91,885 votes 34%
  • Party: Democrat
  • Occupation: Attorney in private practice, and law professor at Ohio Stat
  • Community/neigborhood: Columbus
  • Education: B.A. Michigan Statte University; M.A. Oxford university (England); J.D. University of Chicago Law School
  • Served as State Representative, 33rd House District
  • Former State Solicitor
  • Represented the Attorney General's office before the US Supreme Court and the Ohio Supreme Court
  • Serving as an independent watchdog, ensuring that state agencies respect the law
  • Protecting Ohio's most vulnerable citizens -- our children and seniors.
  • Protecting Ohio by fighting crime and preventing prisons from importing out-of-state felons.

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