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Hamilton County, OH November 6, 2007 Election
Member Council; City of Wyoming Voter Information

2 Year Term.

a charter city

Candidates (Vote for 7)
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William C. "Will" Papa Click here for more information about this candidate 1,654 votes 8.31%

  • Occupation: R&D Director--Procter & Gamble
  • B.S. Chemical Engineering (with Honor) Georgia Tech
  • A Robust Master Plan for the City of Wyoming that has the support of the citizens
  • A solid and long term financial plan for Wyoming
  • Communcation with the diverse and talented residents of Wyoming
Lynn Crider Click here for more information about this candidate 1,636 votes 8.22%
  • Occupation: Homemaker
  • B.S.B.A. in Marketing (Ohio State University)
  • M.B.A. in International Business (Xavier University)
  • Currently serving on Wyoming City Council
  • Serves on Board of Building and Zoning
  • Council Representative to Recreation Commission
  • Serves on Law Committee
  • Emphasize continued sound fiscal management
  • Continue the long standing tradition of excellence in city services
  • Continue researching economic development opportunities that fit our community in order to improve our quality of life and lessen the tax burden
Barry S. Porter Click here for more information about this candidate 1,609 votes 8.08%
  • Occupation: Retired Financial Executive (CFO) - Financial Consultant
  • B. A. Degree Major Economics - Denison University
  • MBA - Finance - University of Cincinnati
  • Upgrading relationships with the neighboring communitites.
  • Using current financial resources to upgrade and repair City Infrastructure.
  • Development of Wyoming's residential areas and business district as suggested by the City's Master Plan.
Pamela Kamm Click here for more information about this candidate 1,577 votes 7.92%
  • Occupation: Homemaker
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree / University of South Florida
  • Wyoming City Council-appointed 02/2007
  • Commitees: Law, Building & Equipment, Streets & Roads
  • Wyoming PSA President-2005/2006
  • Wyoming Citizen of the Year-2004
  • Junior Woman's Club of Wyoming President1998/1999
  • Focus on properly managing our tax dollars in a fiscally responsible manner without sacrificing necessary services.
  • Maintain Wyoming's high standards of livability, safety and community services.
  • Build better community relations with all of our citizens. I will push for new venues for council/citizen interaction.
Jenni (Ruehl) McCauley Click here for more information about this candidate 1,568 votes 7.88%
  • Occupation: Real Estate Sales
  • Executive Sales V.P., Sibcy Cline
  • B.A.,M.A., U. of Cincinnati, Soc/Urban Planning
  • Wyoming City Council 1982-90
  • Past- President: Wy. Parent Student Assoc., Jr. Woman.s Club, Wy. Historical Soc.
  • Past Chr. Wyoming Recreation Comm.
  • Wy. Historic House Tours Chair.
  • Fiscal responsibility & the best possible services for our city tax dollars
  • To meet the needs of the 21st century- and keep Wyoming's unique charm
  • Ensure reasonable taxes for the future
Jim O'Reilly Click here for more information about this candidate 1,514 votes 7.61%
  • Occupation: UC professor
  • Trustee, OKI Regional Council of Govts.
  • Volunteer Lawyer for the Poor
  • Trustee, Legal Aid
  • Retired P&G Manager
  • Assure Galbraith I75 Project Gets Funded & Completed
  • Enhance safety of residents by support for police and fire
  • Maintain fiscal responsibility and careful budgeting practices
Walter W. Cordes, II Click here for more information about this candidate 1,449 votes 7.28%
  • Occupation: Municipal Administrator
  • Village Administrator 1987 - Present
  • Police Officer 1979 - Present
  • BS degree Criminal Justice, UC '87
  • AS degree Police Science, UC '75
  • Increased Fiscal Efficiency With Tax Reductions When Possible
  • Improved Communications
  • Expanding and making good services better
Vicky "Zwissler" Zwissler Click here for more information about this candidate 1,438 votes 7.22%
  • Occupation: President, PosterSolutions
  • Vice Mayor, City of Wyoming
  • BS Design, University of Cincinnati, 1987
  • Founder of Postersolutions, 18 year industry leader serving the shopping mall industry nationwide
  • Ohio Fire Academy training for electd officials 2004 & 2005
  • Community Emergency Response Team certified 2005
  • Wyoming Citizen of the Year, 2004
  • Fiscal Responsibility
  • Maintain High Quality City Services and Facilities
  • Represent the Residents of the City
Michael O'Neill Click here for more information about this candidate 1,437 votes 7.22%
  • Occupation: Attorney at Law
  • Former Assistant Hamilton County Prosecutor
  • Education: Wyoming High School Graduate, BA from Indiana University, JD from University of Cincinnati
  • Family: Married to Karin (Gelfand) O'Neill, one daughter, Kate
  • Misc: Eagle Scout, Wyoming Troop 482, Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity
  • Promote fiscal responsibility by reducing the tax burden and ensuring every dollar is spent efficiently.
  • Inprove public safety by leveraging my experience as an Assistant Hamilton County Prosecutor to ensure our police are effectively combating crime.
  • Ensure City government is transparent and open to all citizen input.
Al Delgado 1,301 votes 6.54%
Kevin J. Cooper Click here for more information about this candidate 1,267 votes 6.36%
  • Occupation: Manufacturers Representative
  • Wyoming HS 1971
  • University of Cincinnati 1975, Business
  • Community Volunteer
  • Wyoming Booster Board
  • Improved Dialogue
  • Accountability
  • Fiscal Responsibility
Tom Gardner, Jr. Click here for more information about this candidate 1,168 votes 5.87%
  • Occupation: Librarian
  • Wyoming High School, 1989
  • University of Cincinnati, BA in Political Science, 1994
  • Indiana University, MLS, 2006
  • Wyoming Fire Department, Firefighter and Chaplain, 8 years
  • Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, 10 years
  • Fiscal Responsibility
  • Public Safety
  • Accountability to Wyoming's Citizens
Debbie Bellman Click here for more information about this candidate 1,164 votes 5.85%
  • Occupation: Computer Consultant/Instructor
  • Leader of Concerned Wyoming Citizens in 2006 + promoted the rights of citizens to be heard through a forum or a vote.
  • Systems Engineer at IBM for 15 years
  • BA in Business Administration and Mathematics, Vanderbilt University
  • Wyoming High School graduate
  • Fourth generation Wyoming family (Lippert)
  • Wyoming resident for 41 years
  • Ensure respect for all citizens and implement effective 2-way communication
  • Update the City Charter to increase citizens' rights
  • Promote fiscal responsibility
Michael Eyman 1,125 votes 5.65%

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Official Information

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News and Analysis

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"Campaigns and Elections" information and analysis

Hamilton County Board of Elections / Results
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