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Hamilton County, OH November 7, 2000 Election
Treasurer; County of Hamilton Voter Information

4 Year Term. Salary $53,643

To collect taxes in the counties and its subdivisions, including certain state taxes; to distribute tax monies to the state of governmental subdivision for which they were collected; to serve as a member of the County Budget Commission and the Board of Revision.

Results as of Dec 5 7:09pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (1025/1025)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Robert A. Goering 207,860 votes 62.78%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Hamilton County Treasurer- Attorney
  • Denison University, BA, Cum Laude; Chase College of Law, JD
  • I have approximately eighteen years experience in the Treasurer's Office.
  • My duties have ranged from clerk, Chief Investment Officer and, for the last nine years, Treasurer.
  • My educational background is focused on economics and law.
  • Keeping the office updated with modern technology and computer systems.
  • Maintaining the priorities of security, liquidity and yield- in that order.
  • Providing prompt, accurate service to the taxpayers of Hamilton County.
Bob M. Drake 123,241 votes 37.22%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Professor, Mathematics Education
  • Community/neigborhood: Hyde Park
  • Education: B.S. Education, M.S. Mathematics Education, Ed.D. Mathematics Education
  • Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Cincinnati for twelve years. Have served on Board of Directors for several organizations,
  • including Mental Health Services East (vice president, 1994-5), Hyde Park Neighborhood Council Education Committee (president 1991-3), and the
  • Project Succeed Advisory Committee (1994 - present).
  • Cognate area of doctoral degree: Economics.
  • Create system to reduce the amount people pay in property taxes.
  • Increase voluntary contributions to local schools.
  • Enable revitalization of economically "stagnant" areas via low interest loans

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