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

2 Year Term.

a charter city

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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John A. Smith Click here for more information about this candidate 668 votes 56.75%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Mentor Beech Acres
  • Community: Silverton
  • Education: BS BA University of Cincinnati
  • Re-develop our downtown Business
  • Safety for our Community and support our Police and Fire Dept
  • Support Silverton School, Staff, parents, and students
James L. Siegel Click here for more information about this candidate 509 votes 43.25%
  • Occupation: Salesman of Laundry & Dry cleaning Products
  • High School
  • 1. Streets
  • 2. SDI (Silverton Development Incorporated)
  • 3. Services to our residents & bringing in young families

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  Candidates Answer Questions

The League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area has asked all candidates for this office to respond to 5 questions on Qualification, Priorities, Accessiblity, Recycling, and Housing.

Partisan Information

Hamilton County Republican Party

Hamilton County Democratic Party
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City of Silverton
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