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Hamilton County, OH November 3, 1998 General

Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court; Term Starting 1/1/99

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Francis E. Sweeney 114,051 votes 52%

  • Occupation: Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court
  • Community/neighborhood: Lakewood
  • Education: St. Ignatius High School; Xavier Univerisyt; Cleveland Marshall Law School; J.D.
  • Professional Football, Ottawa Rough Riders; US Army; Allstate Insurance
  • Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Cuyahoga County
  • Judge Common Pleas Court, Cuyahoga County
  • Judge 8th Appellate District Cuyahoga County; Justice Ohio Supreme Court
  • Increase public safety for every citizen and community.
  • Ensure fairness under the law for families, children, businesses and community organizations.
  • Ensure that victims are treated with respect and dignity.
Stephen W. Powell 104,525 votes 47%
  • Occupation: Judge, Ohio Court of Appeals
  • Community/neigborhood: West Chester
  • Education: Heidelberg College, 1977; University of Dayton School of Law, 1981.
  • I have 15 years experience on the bench or as a refer judge in every type of court in Ohio
  • from small claims to the Supreme Court
  • Stop judicial activism and judicial legislating of current court.
  • Expedite decision process.
  • Maintain local courts and Clerks of Courts.

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