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Ohio State Government November 7, 2000 Election
United States Senate Voter Information

6 Year Term. Salary $133,673

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Mike DeWine 2,599,392 votes 60.1%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: United States Senator
  • EDUCATION: Miami University, B.S. 1969. Ohio Northern University, J.D. 1972.
  • TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: 1995-present, United States Senator;
  • 1991-94; Lt. Governor of Ohio; 1983-90, U.S. Representative,
  • 7th District; 1981-82, State Senator, 1st District; 1977-81, Greene County Prosecuting Attorney.
  • RESIDENCE: Cedarville
  • Party: Republican
Theodore S. Celeste 1,545,723 votes 35.7%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: President, Celeste & Associates Real Estate, Inc.
  • EDUCATION: Bachelor's (Psychology) - College of Wooster
  • TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Chief, Bureau of Consumer Services,
  • Ohio Department of Public Welfare; Teacher, U.S. Peace Corps; Chair, OSU Board of Trustees;
  • Business Advisory Council-Grandview Heights Schools; Board member, Godman Guild Settlement House; First Community Church, Worship and Mission Councils
  • RESIDENCE: Columbus
  • Political Party: Democratic
John R. McAlister 113,854 votes 2.6%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: Owner, Source Benefits, Individual and Small Group Health In
  • Education: Graduate Hilliard High School, 1963, Murray State University, BS Business, 1968
  • Age: 55, on March 25, 2000, born 1945
  • Military Service: U.S. Army, 1968, 1969
  • Military Service: U.S. Army, 1968, 1969
  • Organization Memberships: National Association of Health Underwriters, Westerville Bicycle Club
  • Residence: Gahanna, suburb of Columbus
  • Reduce the size of the federal government to it's proper role under the Constitution
  • If elected to the Senate I will do everything within my power to eliminate the need for a "Drug War" by establishing a more rational policy for our co
  • With the elimination of the income tax the "special interests" in Washington will fade away and Congress will get back to a citizen legislature rather
John A. Eastman 69,148 votes 1.6%
  • Party: Natural Law
  • Occupation: Chief Environmental Engineer, LJB Inc., Engineers, Dayton, O
  • Education:BS, Engineering Science, Antioch College, 1970
  • MSE, Environmental Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University, 1972; PhD, Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, 1977
  • Candidate for State Senate (1996). Lt. Governor Candidate (1998).
  • Chair Greene Environment 2000 Committee, Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Environmental Committee.
Patrick Allen Flower (Write-in) 62 votes 0%
  • Occupation: Design Craftsman With Machine Tool and Aircraft Engine Clien
  • Education: Ohio Public Schools, Ohio College of Applied Science
  • Continued Business Education at Xavier University and Cincinnati State Evening Colleges
  • Past President Community Chamber of Commerce
  • Past Board Member United Business District Council
Michael Joseph Fitzsimmons (Write-in) 23 votes 0%
  • Occupation: Sewer in garment factory
  • member, Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (LTNITE)
  • EDUCATION: High School, Auburn, New York
  • Veteran of struggles to defend interests of workers and farmers worldwide.
  • Union battles, campaigns to keep abortion clinics open and fights against racism, police brutality and in defense of immigrant rights.

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