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Hamilton County, OH November 6, 2001 Election
Council Member; City of Silverton Voter Information

2 Year Term.

a charter city

Results as of Nov 21 12:55pm
Candidates (Vote for 6)
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John A. Smith 877 votes 18.63%

  • Party: Democratic
Carrie McLemore-Walker 864 votes 18.35%
  • Party: Democratic
James T. Anderson 864 votes 18.35%
  • Party: Democratic
Oscar C. Garner, Jr. 837 votes 17.78%
  • Party: Democratic
Mark J. Quarry 639 votes 13.57%
  • Party: Republican
Michael E. Morthorst 627 votes 13.32%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Attorney, Assistant Prosecutor, Ham. Co. Prosecutor's Office
  • B.A. Xavier University, JD Salmon P. Chase College of Law, NKU
  • Member Silverton Council, 1998-99 &2000
  • Clerk Treasurer of Silverton 2000
  • President of Silverton Republican Club; Ward Chair, Silverton Republicans
  • President of Canal Society of Ohio, a statewide historical organization
  • Formerly an officer in US Army Reserve
  • Rebuild city's infastructure
  • Promote economic development in the city
  • Devise a sound financial base for the future of Silverton

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