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Hamilton County, OH March 4, 2008 Election
 Smart Voter Connie Pillich

Candidate for
State Representative; District 28; Democratic Party

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Attorney
  • Owner and Founder, Webb & Pillich law firm
  • United States Air Force - Captain (honorable discharge)
  • MBA (concurrent with active duty) - University of North Dakota
  • BBA - University of Oklahoma
  • Married to Paul Forshey; Mom to Kayla & Tallin
  • Soccer coach, band booster, Special Olympics volunteer
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Create jobs and fight consumer fraud, predatory lending, and identity theft
  • Build strong schools and support affordable colleges
  • Make affordable health care and health care for our veterans a priority
Position Papers
Economics for the 21st Century Marketplace
In order to attract businesses of the 21st Century, we must scrutinize our budget and divert our spending priorities to things to attract those businesses.
Illegal Immigration
Illegal immigration is a federal issue that touches Ohio in many ways. At the state level, we have the responsibility to enforce our wage and tax laws.
Health Care
Too few Ohioans have access to affordable health care. We can take some simple steps now to move toward repairing this.
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