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Hamilton County, OH November 3, 1998 General

County Commissioner

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Tom Neyer, Jr 150,749 votes 56%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: President, Hamilton County Commissioners
  • Neigborhood: Hyde Park
  • Chairman of the Board, Al Neyer, Inc.
  • My qualifications include participation and leadership in the community through business, charitable, cultural and political activities.
  • My background as a builder provides experience in addressing issues such as economic growth, long term planning and job creation.
  • As Commissioner, I have made decisions on the complete range of critical issues facing our region.
  • Ensure economic growth that provides good jobs and keeps our citizens competitive.
  • Continuing to reform welfare measures that offer dignity, opportunity and value.
  • We must cooperate regionally to take greater advantage of strengths and minimize weaknesses.
Marilyn Hyland 116,321 votes 43%
  • Party: Democrat
  • Neighborhood: Indian Hill
  • Educatio: Walnut Hills;UC BA Geography;Master's work, 1968-70, Clark U., Worcester, Mass. Economic geography and Psychology of Perception
  • My education, political and community involvement and business experience have prepared me for serving as County Commissioner.
  • As a marketing, government and development consultant, I have successfully brought together many diverse constituencies to achieve common goals.
  • Accessibility and accountability-- make it easier for citizens to participate.
  • Broadway Commons -- It will be a catalyst for more economic development.
  • Commuter rail.

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Debate for the County Commissioner Race

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