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Hamilton County, OH November 4, 2003 Election
Trustee; Township of Harrison Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Larry E. Kinnett 1,379 votes 51.71%

Thomas C. Losekamp 942 votes 35.32%
Michael H. Bolte Click here for more information about this candidate 346 votes 12.97%
  • Occupation: Retired Cincinnati Police Captain
  • Harrison Township resident since 1992
  • 1972 graduate of LaSalle High School; Associate Degree from the University of Cincinnati
  • Thirty year member of the Cincinnati Police Department, retiring as a Captain; supervisor 21 years
  • Night Chief three years, including the 2001 riots
  • Experience in patrol, investigative, vice, and planning, research and development
  • Attended the Police Executive Leadership College; commanded the Violent Crimes Task Force
  • Essential services of police, fire, and emergency medical are of utmost importance
  • Monitoring the expansion of residential and specifically the control of commercial development
  • Overseeing financial needs to maintain essential services, roads, community center, recreation, etc.

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