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Hamilton County, OH March 7, 2000 Election
State Representative; District 30

2 Year Term. Salary $42,427

To represent the people of the district and State of Ohio in dealing with matters not allocated to the federal government.

Results as of Mar 22 9:16pm, 100% of Precincts Reporting

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Samuel T. Britton 9,131 votes 100.0%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Real Estate Broker
  • Party: Democrat
  • Neighborhood: Madisonville
  • Incumbent
  • I am respected for my integrity, intelligence, honesty as an elected official and as a respected family man.
  • Over the past four years, I have worked hard for all people in the 30th House District, and for the betterment of the entire State of Ohio.
  • Fair and Equal funding of public schools and quality education for all children.
  • Passage of my HB 159 breast reconstructive surgery incidental to a mastectomy.
  • Passage of my HB 714 treatment and management of osteoporosis.
Dave Ekstrum 26 votes 100.0%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Retired Chemical Process Engineer, Procter & Gamble
  • Education: Bachelor of Chemical Engineering 1960 Univ. Of Minnesota
  • Wide Range of business experience
  • Well read in monetary economics and political economy
  • Require voter approval for any new tax increase
  • Phase out state income tax and cut budget correspondingly
  • Work to end the "War on Drugs"

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