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Hamilton County, OH November 6, 2007 Election
Trustee; Township of Harrison Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Bill Noes 1,355 votes 45.09%

Ray Acra 751 votes 24.99%
Tom Roudebush 550 votes 18.30%
Mike Rolf Click here for more information about this candidate 349 votes 11.61%
  • Occupation: Retired - Small Business
  • Instructor, National Crime Prevention Institute, University of Louisville
  • Director, National Training School, National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association
  • Member of Harrison Township Planning Commission
  • Expand Fire & Emergency Medical Response Services
  • Expand Police Patrols on a 24/7 Basis
  • Work with other area Political Subdivisions

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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 3 questions on Qualifications, Addressing priorities, and Regionalism.

News and Analysis

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"Campaigns and Elections" information and analysis

Hamilton County Board of Elections / Results
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