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Hamilton County, OH November 3, 1998 General

Treasurer of State

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Joseph T. Deters 195,206 votes 70%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney
  • Juris Doctor, University of Cincinnati School of Law
  • BS, Political Science, University of Cincinnati
  • President, Hamilton County Budget Commission
  • Trustee, University of Cincinnati
  • Prosecuting Attorney, Hamilton County (1992-present)
  • Clerk of Courts, Hamilton County (1988-1992)
  • Ensuring the safety of public monies
  • Diversification of the State's debt portfolio
  • Strengthening continuing financial education requirements for public money managers
John A. Donofrio 82,563 votes 29%
  • Party: Democrat
  • Occupation: Summit County Treasurer
  • Community/neigborhood: Akron
  • Education; Akron High School; Attended Valencia Jr College, Florida, 1971
  • Summit County Treasurer for 20 years
  • 20 years Treasury Managment and Investment knowldge and experience
  • Past President of the Ohio Treasurers Association
  • State Director, National Association of Treasurer's and Finance Officer's
  • The effective management of taxpayers dollars.
  • The secure protection and wise investment of those dollars.
  • Develop and implement programs that benefit all the people in Ohio.

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