(Vote for 1)
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: U.S. Congressman.
- Education: LaSalle High School, College of William and Mary, BA; Chase College of Law, J.D.
- Married, wife Donna, two children, Erica and Randy.
- Served as Cincinnati City Council Member and Hamilton County Commissioner.
- Chairman of the Constitution Subcommittee, Vice-Chairman Middle East Subcommittee, served as House representative to U.N.
- I've worked to reduce taxes, make healthcare affordable, and protect retirement savings.
- As a husband, parent and former teacher, I understand the challenges facing families in our community.
- Improve the Economy - continue to support policies that spur economic growth and protect jobs.
- Continue to strengthen national security and homeland defense to ensure a safe future.
- Increase retirement security by protecting and improving Social Security and Medicare.
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Consultant (communications & project development)
- PhD & MA - Miami University
- BS - Illinois State University
- Executive Director, Citizens for Civic Renewal, a regional public policy organization (2000-2003)
- Speechwriter, David Crowley for Cincinnati City Council ( 2001 & 2003 elections)
- Program Manager, Public Allies/Americorps, an inner-city youth development program (1999-2000)
- Instructor, Miami University (1993-1999)
- Healthcare Reform
- Job Creation
- Homeland Security
- Party: Undeclared
- Occupation: Political Writer, Columnist; Soc Sec Retiree at 62.
- Community: Lower Price Hill, Dent, Covedale
- BS Biology and Chemistry; US Army Intelligence School
- Constitutionally qualified (over 25, US citizen for 7+ years, live in Ohio).
- Creates free web site tools for independents to work for a "more democratic republic" for all citizens.
- Elected to Reform Party Central Committee('98). Works to help create the independent voter movement since 2000.
- Independent Like You: Independent voter for over 40 years. "If not me, who, if not now, when?"
- Build a strong Middle-class democracy (Competitive free enterprise)
- Real Campaign Finance Reform (Remove PAC money and Soft money)
- Replace two-party warfare in our Congress. Elect independents to solve our National problems.
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