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Hamilton County, OH March 7, 2000 Election
United States Representative; District 1

2 Year Term. Salary $133,673

To represent the people of Ohio, their district and the United States in dealing with matters of national and international importance. The general welfare should be a prime concern.

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

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Steve Chabot 46,646 votes 100.0%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: U.S Congressman, 1st District, Ohio.
  • Married to wife Donna. Two children, Erica and Randy.
  • Born and raised in Cincinnati. Graduated from LaSalle High School and the College of William and Mary.
  • Teacher at downtown elementary school during the day, attended the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at night. Later opened neighborhood law practice.
  • Served five years each on Cincinnati City Council and the Hamilton County Commission. First elected to Congress in 1994. Re-elected in 1996 and 1998.
  • Member of three House committees: Judiciary, International Relations, Small Business. Served as co-chairman of the House Education Task Force.
  • Recognized as leading pro-taxpayer advocate by bipartisan groups: Concord Coalition, National Taxpayers Union, and Citizens Against Govt. Waste.
  • Reduce taxes and cut wasteful spending -- pass broad tax relief, expand education IRAs, make health insurance deductible, block Internet tax schemes.
  • Protect and strengthen Social Security and Medicare. Continue efforts to stop the government's raid on the Social Security Trust Fund.
  • Pass bipartisan legislation that will ban the horrific practice of partial-birth abortion.
John Cranley 23,586 votes 100.0%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Lawyer
  • Harvard Law School graduate; graduation speaker
  • Harvard Divinity School
  • Harry S. Truman Scholar
  • John Carroll University; student body president
  • St. Xavier High School
  • Community service in Cincinnati, Florida and Dominican Republic
  • Faith in People: believing in democracy of, by and for the people.
  • Common Good: celebrating the dignity of life through community, freedom and responsibility.
  • Opportunity for Progress: fighting for your education, healthcare and security.
Richard L. "Rich" Stevenson 47 votes 100.0%
  • Party: Natural Law
  • Occupation: Machine Draftsman, Political Writer
  • Elected Office: Central Committee, The Reform Party of Ohio, '98 to '00
  • Delegate, Reform Party National Convention, '97, '98 & '99
  • B.S. Biology, Chemistry, History, Education
  • Special Agent, US Army Intelligence
  • Multi-line Claim Rep, Tort Law Training
  • Natural Law Party Candidacy: "If not me, who, if not now, when?"
  • "Can't Vote, Can't Contribute;" Citizen oriented politics
  • All party politics, to include Independent Voters and Candidates
  • Remove Special Interest Money from Politics: National, State, and Local
David A. Groshoff votes 0.0%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Financial Advisor / Attorney
  • B.A. with Honors, Indiana University
  • J.D., law review, Ohio State University College of Law
  • Abolishing the Income Tax
  • Ending the Insane War on Drugs
  • Putting an end to the senseless witch hunt against gays in the military

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