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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: President of the Hamilton County Commission and an Attorney
- I graduated from Colerain High School in 1976; from Oberlin College in 1980 and the University of Cincinnati College of Law with Honors in 1983
- National Merit [commended] scholar at Colerain; inducted into the Oberlin College Athletic Hall of Fame; and named a "Colerain Distinguished Graduate"
- I served on the Cincinnati City Council for eight years, Chairing the Law, Public Works and Intergovernmental Affairs Committees
- I served as a volunteer on the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission and the Hamilton County Community Action Agency Board
- I am the Chair of the Hamilton County Homeland Security Commission, the Solid Waste District, and the Transportation Improvement District
- I am President of the Hamilton County Family and Children First Council and Vice-Chair of the Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency
- We must keep the county's finances in order without raising taxes through strict budget controls, right-sizing the government and growing businesses
- We need to implement our reforms of the criminal justice system to reduce crime and recidivism, and enhance public safety
- We must focus on those improvements in transit, public health, the economy and the environment that will enhance the Quality of Life for all.
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: real estate
- real estate investor, manager, realtor
- masters degree in criminal justice
- received basketball scholarship to UC in 1954
- broker member of the cincinnati board of realtors
- fiscal conservative, against raising taxes as it hurts economic activity. our county taxes overall are almost the highest in the state and northern k
- streamlining foreclosure counseling to save homes
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