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Hamilton County, OH November 8, 2005 Election
Council Member; City of Silverton Voter Information

2 Year Term.

a charter city

Candidates (Vote for 6)
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Shirley Hackett 881 votes 20.58%

  • Party: Democratic
Joyce B. Glover 797 votes 18.62%
  • Party: Democratic
Frank C. Sylvester 787 votes 18.39%
  • Party: Democratic
Idella Thompson 774 votes 18.08%
  • Party: Democratic
Michael E. Morthorst 533 votes 12.45%
Mark J. Quarry Click here for more information about this candidate 508 votes 11.87%
  • Occupation: Council Member
  • Senior Sales Executive, Med Diag Labs
  • BA - University of Cincinnati
  • Prof Writing Certificate (Business) - U of Cincinnati
  • Chairman - Ham.Co.StormWater District Oversight Board
  • OKI Representative for City of Silverton
  • Silverton Paideia School - Character Coach
  • Continue repair & repavement of previously-neglected city streets
  • Enact a Pro-Active, Pro-Growth economic re-development plan
  • Fight crime by my advocacy of & activity with Silverton Police Dept

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