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Hamilton County, OH November 5, 2002 Election
State Representative; Ohio State General Assembly; District 30 Voter Information

2 Year Term.

Responsibilities: To represent the people of the district and State of Ohio in dealing with matters not allocated to the federal government.

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Bill Seitz 28,181 votes 76.0%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: State Representative, Partner, Taft, Stettinius & Hollister
  • Residence: Green Township
  • Education: Western Hills High School (1972), BA University of Cincinnati (1975) JD University of Cincinnati (1978)
  • 2 years' legislative experience, 2 terms Green Township Trustee; 1 term Cincinnati and St. Antoninus School boards.
  • Sponsored 5 bills passed through House, second highest of any freshman House member.
  • 24 year practicing attorney. Lifelong westsider. Pro-life, pro-family, pro-taxpayer.
  • Only House Member from Hamilton County whose bills passed House this session.
  • Improving school funding while ending judicial oversight over how Ohio funds schools.
  • Stimulating economic growth through regulatory reform and investment in the "new economy."
  • Continuing work towards responsible concealed carry legislation that already passed in the House.
Bob Klug 8,875 votes 24.0%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Retired businessman
  • Resident: Green Township
  • Education: Graduate Elder 1947 - Business Courses UC and XU
  • Lifelong Resident of West Side, operated several businesses spaning 50 yrs.
  • Cheviot Councilman for 3 terms. Leadership Roles in Cheviot Westwood Bus. Assn.
  • 3 times President. Hamilton County Gasoline Dealers Assn. and Package Dealers Assn.
  • Can rally people for good causes, I can help straiten out the State of Ohio.
  • State Finances. Get them in order.
  • Decent Schools. Clean up and get the politics out of school finances.
  • Vote Down Any Attempt to take away our rights to sue for redress.

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