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Hamilton County, OH November 6, 2001 Election
Council Member; City of Blue Ash; Ward 4 Voter Information

2 Year Term.

a charter city

Results as of Nov 21 12:55pm
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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R. Jack Buckman 169 votes 67.06%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Retired - Western Southern Life, sales rep. 30yrs
  • Education: H.S. Grad
  • currently on city council
  • plus many years of community involvement
  • improvement of older neighborhoods
  • solution to storm sewer drainage problems
  • will work to meet the goals of all Blue Ash residents
Duncan Caldwell 83 votes 32.94%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Professional Chef
  • 11years,Cubmaster,Asst.Scoutmaster-Woodbage Trained
  • Board of Directors-10yrs.Greater Sycamore Soccer Assoc.
  • married 19 years to Tina Marie
  • 3 sons Duncan(21),Mathew(19),Mark(16)
  • Volunteer Sycamore Schools-11years
  • Let's be connected-Improved walkways,sidewalks,bikepaths for everyone
  • expanded parks and recreation-skatepark,unrestricted ballfields,soccer,playgrounds
  • improved saftey-crossing control at Tuesday nite concerts,ect.

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