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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Attorney: Member of Council
- Education: Colerain H.S. 1976; Oberlin College A.B. 1980; University of Cincinnati J.D. 1983
- Over 7 years of legislative experience in complex local and regional issues
- Served on numerous Boards and Commissions
- Involved in church and community and served as school volunteer
- Small business owner
- Lifelong area resident; married with three children
- Restore the Public Trust - Eliminate closed-door meetings
- Return to the Basics - Improve public safety, correct storm water
- Plan for the future - Implement true regional transportation
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Hamilton County Commissioner
- Education: Bachelor of Science in Economics, University of Cincinnati
- As Hamilton County Commissioner since 1995, I have led several initiatives including
- Riverfront Development, support for working mothers with Child Care, and the Tax Levy Review Committee.
- Additionally, I have led an effort that has resulted in Hamilton County government playing a stronger role in regional initiatives.
- Community: Delhi
- Continuing Welfare Reform Initiatives
- Controlled Growth throughout All of Hamilton County
- Riverfront Development
- Party: Libertarian
- Occupation: Own Valve Manufacturing Company
- Active participation in conservative candidate's political campaigns since
- Leader in petition drive to stop stadium tax, Regular appearances on local cable tv to represent libertarian view
- Active participation for 15 years in planning and organizing libertarian
- Active in local political issues such as "rails to trails"
- Active with Rails to Trails, conversion of OKI property to Tax Free Bike Trails
- Education: Mechanical Engineer, U.C. Class 1960
- Protect residential areas impacted by traffic and noise from outside
- Auction off county property such as "the banks" to reduce debt
- Get an early & certain date for termination of the stadium tax
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