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Hamilton County, OH March 2, 2004 Election
State Representative; District 29; Republican Party Voter Information

2 Year Term. Salary: $51,674

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

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Louis Blessing, Jr. 4,820 votes 52.79%

  • Party: Republican
Keith N. Corman Click here for more information about this candidate 2,679 votes 29.34%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Court Bailiff, Hamilton County Domestic Relations
  • Attended Miami University and University of Cincinnati
  • Colerain Township Trustee since 1997
  • Vice-President, Hamilton County Township Association
  • Advisory position to H.A.N.D.S. program with Northwest School District
  • Member, Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency Advisory Board
  • Former Vice-President: Hamilton County Solid Waste District Advisory Board
  • Will work to keep taxes and government spending down
  • Defend the right of conceal and carry
  • Work for a top-rank educational system without "breaking the bank"
John E. Waksmundski Click here for more information about this candidate 1,631 votes 17.86%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Professor at UC/Township Clerk
  • Eight years as Clerk and fourteen years as Trustee in Springfield Twp.
  • Ph.D. in History from Ohio State University; Masters from Ohio University
  • Educator: Wyoming High School, XU, NKU, Ohio State and UC
  • Four year Vietnam-era veteran
  • Secretary: District Advisory Committee to the Hamilton County Board of Health and Secretary: Hamilton County Township Association
  • Member of Finneytown Schools Foundation, Greenhills-Forest Park Kiwanis, Finneytown Civic Association, St. Vivian's Parish
  • Taxes: Legislators need to hold the line on taxes and, if possible, reduce taxes.
  • Education: Education should be adequately funded. A quality education can be provided without breaking the budget.
  • Communication: Every effort will be made to keep residents informed about important legislation.

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