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Hamilton County, OH November 7, 2006 Election
 Smart Voter James T. "Jim" O'Reilly

Candidate for
Judge; Ohio State Court of Appeals; District 1; 6 Year Term Starting 2/10/07

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Attorney & Law Professor
  • UC Law Professor, 25 Years
  • Retired Assoc. General Counsel P&G
  • Council member, Wyoming City Council
  • Legal Aid, Board of Trustees
  • OKI Regional Council of Govts., Trustee
  • JD Univ. Virginia, BA cum laude Boston Col.
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Independent, fair-minded and honest Judge
  • Not affected by political appointments
  • Expertise and desire for excellence in judging cases on merits
Questions on Issues

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Key Endorsements
  • Reach out and restore public trust in fairness of our courts.
  • Make this court work more efficiently compared to similar courts in our
  • Follow the Constitution and statutes without favoritism or allegiance to
Position Papers
Judicial Independence
Voters should seek to elect judges unaffected by appointments or similar means of addressing party allegiance.
What Matters to The Real Voters?
This Election is Not for a Trial Judge's Job
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