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Hamilton County, OH November 6, 2001 Election
Member Council; Village of Fairfax Voter Information

4 Year Term.

a statutory village

Results as of Nov 21 12:55pm
Candidates (Vote for 4)
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Patricia J. "Pat" (Jones) Haas 326 votes 40.20%

  • Occupation: Educator/Director of Rel. Ed.
  • Bachelor of Science in Education
  • Master of Arts in Religion
  • Was Vice-Mayor
  • Prevention of severe flooding problems and future deaths from flooding.
  • Regional approach to watershed development.
  • Continued redevelopment of our business areas.
James Sacks 243 votes 29.96%
Virmorgan L. Ziegler 242 votes 29.84%
  • Occupation: Retired
  • Graduate University of Cincinnati - Engineering College
  • Was connected with the Village of Fairfax for over thirty-six years as Clerk- and Clerk-Treasurer
  • Also have service as a council person 1994-1997.
  • Thus, have ample background for municipal government.
  • Concern Village maintains good financial status
  • Development of Wooster Pike revitalization
  • Continued progress of Red Bank Road improvement

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