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Hamilton, Butler County, OH November 5, 2002 Election
US Representative; District 1 Voter Information

2 Year Term.

To represent the people of Ohio, their district and the United States in dealing with matters of national and international importance. The general welfare should be a prime concern.

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Steve Chabot 108,186 votes 64.9%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: U.S. Congressman
  • Neighborhood: Westwood
  • As a husband, parent and former teacher, I understand the challenges facing families in our community.
  • I've worked to reduce taxes, make healthcare affordable, and protect retirement savings.
  • In the House, I am chairman of the Constitution Subcommittee and was appointed the congressional representative to the U.N. by the President.
  • Education: College of William and Mary, BA; Chase College of Law, JD
  • Improve the Economy - support policies that spur economic growth and protect jobs.
  • Strengthen national security and homeland defense to ensure a safe future.
  • Protect Social Security and create a voluntary Medicare prescription drug benefit
Greg P. Harris 58,405 votes 35.1%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: : Executive Director, Citizens for Civic Renewal (on leave)
  • Community/neighborhood of residence: Clifton
  • Education: Ph.D., Miami University of Ohio
  • My background encompasses extensive work in politics, youth development, and public policy.
  • A teacher for six years, I was also Interim Director of the Hamilton County Democratic Party,
  • Program Manager for the Americorps program "Public Allies," and Executive Director of Citizens for Civic Renewal,
  • a citizen-based public policy organization.
  • A Fair Economy
  • Protecting Social Security and Medicare, and Prescription Drug Coverage for Seniors
  • Improving Educational Opportunity

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