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Hamilton County, OH November 7, 2000 Election
State Representative; District 34 Voter Information

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.

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Bill Seitz 33,618 votes 64.5%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Partner- Taft, Stettinius & Hollister
  • Education: B.A., J.D., University of Cincinnati
  • Twice elected Green Township Trustee; Once elected Cincinnati School Board
  • President, Hamilton County Township Association
  • Commissioner, Ohio Small Government Capital Improvement Commission
  • Secretary, Bridgetown Civic Association; Past V.P., St. Antoninus Education Commission
  • Past President, Western Economic Council and Westwood Civic Association
  • Reducing Ohio's income tax burden
  • Meeting the capital improvement needs of Ohio schools
  • Improving regional cooperation and planning and reforming Ohio's annexation laws
Jean Siebenaler 18,424 votes 35.4%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Family Doctor
  • Family Physician and community volunteer
  • Education: University of Wisconsin- Madison B.S. and M.D. degrees
  • As an experienced family physician in private practice, I possess excellent communication skills.
  • This includes the ability to listen with compassion, sincerity, and honesty as I guide those under my care through possible tough decisions.
  • Health care legislation which values choice, privacy, and universal coverage.
  • Environmental quality, especially through promotionof a Smart Growth agenda
  • Education, especailly through promotion of a quality curriculum and teacher standards.
Gary K. Sweeney (Withdrawn)
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Lithographer, 20 years
  • Libertarian candidate, for Cincinnati Council '89, Ohio 34th '94
  • Kentucky Colonel 1998
  • Founding member of TEA, Tax Enough Already
  • Citizens Against Government Waste, Tax Action Network leader
  • NRA rep for the Pro Gun vote 1994
  • Member of the Ohio Military Reserves
  • S.T.P., Stop Taxes in Place. No new taxes or tax increases, working to lower taxes.
  • P.O.C., Protect Ohio Citizens. I trust the citizens of Ohio. I would support a concealed carry permit for the safety of Ohioans.
  • P.C.E., Parental Choice in Education. I support a more open, less governmental approach to education

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The League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area has asked all candidates for this office to respond to 3 questions on Health care, Racial Profiling, and Housing.

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Election 2000: State Candidate Forum Play Back Schedule on INTERCOMMUNITY CABLE REGULATORY COMMISSION
Candidate Forums Available on the Public Access Cable Election 2000: State Representative Dist. 34 10/6/00 at 5:30 PM on Channel 4, 10/7/00 at 10:00 AM on Channel 4, 10/12/00 at 5:30 PM on Channel 4, 10/13/00 at 9:00 AM on Channel 4, 10/19/00 at 5:30 PM on Channel 4, 10/20/00 at 9:00 AM on Channel 4, 10/26/00 at 5:30 PM on Channel 4, 10/27/00 at 9:00 AM on Channel 4, 10/31/00 at 8:00 PM on Channel 4, Channel numbers listed above represent cable channels on the Warner Cable system in the communities listed below. Channel 24 listings may also be seen in Cincinnati, Norwood, and the Waycross communities. For more information, please call (513) 772-4272.
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