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Hamilton County, OH November 4, 2003 Election
Mayor; Village of Glendale Voter Information

4 Year Term.

a statutory village

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Thomas U. Todd Click here for more information about this candidate 519 votes 59.52%

  • Occupation: Retired Family Physician
  • Duke University BA 1954
  • University of Cincinnati M.D. 1958
  • Mayor of Glendale 1998-2003
  • Carry out the goals and objectives of our long range plan
  • Continue to support the ambiance that exists in Glendale
  • Continue to employ well trained personel to work for the Village
Monica L. Alles-White Click here for more information about this candidate 353 votes 40.48%
  • Occupation: Consultant
  • Masters of Science, Human Development
  • Glendale Village Council Member since 1998
  • Registered and Licensed Dietitian
  • Two-term president and member Glendale Youth Sports
  • Director for county, health and nonprofit agencies for 12 years
  • Property Values
  • Community School enrollment and redistriciting
  • Open Communication

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