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

2 Year Term.

a charter city

Results as of Nov 21 12:55pm
Candidates (Vote for 7)
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David J. Savage 1,523 votes 12.46%

  • Occupation: Retired (The Drackett Company)
  • Mayor, City of Wyoming since 1986
  • Volunteer Executive, Int. Exec.Serv. Corps
  • Semi-professional Photographer
  • President, Sister Cities Assoc. of Greater Cincinnati
  • Board Member, International Visitors Council
  • 36 Year Resident, City of Wyoming
  • Open and responsive government
  • Fiscal responsibility
  • Long term health of the City
Scott Kadish 1,421 votes 11.62%
  • Occupation: Attorney
  • Maximizing recreational programs and facilities without raising taxes
  • Implementing systems to attract and retain high quality management personnel
  • Attracting and promoting businesses in our area without destroying residential quality of our village.
Stan Streeter 1,406 votes 11.50%
  • Occupation: Appointed to City Council in December of 2000
  • Committee positions include Finance, Board of Zoning and Building Appeals, Streets and Roads, Law, and Greenway Committee
  • Past member of the Planning and Historic Preservation Commissions
  • B.S. Engineering - University of Illinois
  • Employment: local commercial real estate development and management company
  • Wife: Claudia Children: Max (13 years), Jane (9 years)
  • Maintain the high quality of services and infrastructure that we have come to expect in Wyoming, which is the responsibility of local government.
  • Maintain fiscal responsibility and create ways to expand the city's revenue base without raising taxes.
  • Support improvements to the recreational programs that are provided by the city, with special emphasis on seniors and teens.
Mary Benken 1,355 votes 11.08%
  • Occupation: President, Wyoming Florist Inc.
  • Education: some college
  • 16 yrs experience on Council
  • Business perspective
  • 30 years of volunteerism in the community
  • various leadership roles in the community and through business associations
  • keep taxes as low as possible and still meet community needs
  • determine recreational needs and how we can afford them
  • work with school board to keep schools strong
Barry S. Porter 1,334 votes 10.91%
  • Occupation: Retired Financial Executive (Chief Financial Officer from Oh
  • Education: B.A. degree from Denison University (Major: Economics)
  • Educational background in Finance.
  • Business careers in various management positions.
  • Over 18 years as a member of Wyoming's City Council.
  • Served as director on a number of corporate and charitable boards.
  • A Wyoming resident for over 57 years.
  • Provide high quality public services and safety within budget.
  • Improve recreational facilities and opportunities within the city.
  • Maintain and where needed, improve the City's infrastructure.
Vicky M Zwissler 1,225 votes 10.02%
  • Occupation: Graphic Designer
  • Owner, PosterSolutions
  • Bachelor of Science, Graphic Design
  • Adjunct Faculty, College of Mount St. Joseph, 92-96
  • Wyoming Recreation Commission and Greenways Committee
  • Wyoming Quiet Zone Safety Task Force
  • Wyoming Signage Committee (newly formed)
  • Maintain Financial Stability
  • Development of Recreation
  • Future Development of the Community
Daniel Burke 1,152 votes 9.42%
John D. Braun 1,069 votes 8.75%
  • Occupation: G. E. Engineer (Retired)
  • Education: B.S. Cornell University; MS Northeastern University
  • City Council Member for four years
  • We must maintain and improve all city services.
  • We must minimize the tax burden placed on our citizens.
  • We must continue to maintain the historic character of our Village.
Mary Ann Engel 1,055 votes 8.63%
Robert F. Kelly 684 votes 5.60%

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