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Hamilton County, OH November 6, 2001 Election
Trustee; Township of Harrison Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 21 12:55pm
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Fred L. Dole 1,480 votes 35.47%

William R. Noes 1,462 votes 35.03%
Raymond J. "Ray" Acra 805 votes 19.29%
  • Occupation: self employed
  • over 22 years experience as employee of Hamilton County
  • Member of Sons of the American Legion
  • Member St. John the Baptist Church
  • Member of Knights of Columbus
  • youth baseball and basketball coach
  • I would look to the city of Harrison for services such as water and sewage
  • look for improved and reduced spending to avoid tax increases
  • I will donate 10% of the salary of Trustee to Harrison Junior Baseball
Mike Rolf 426 votes 10.21%
  • Occupation: Retired
  • Consultant, Security Alarm & Video Industry
  • Expand Fire & Emergency Medical Response Services
  • Expand Police Patrols to a 24 / 7 Basis not the current 40 hours per week
  • Focus and Maintain a 'Smart Growth Plan' for our area

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