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Hamilton County, OH November 4, 2008 Election
Treasurer; County of Hamilton Voter Information

4 Year Term. Salary: $ 66,469

To collect taxes in the counties and its subdivisions, including certain state taxes; to distribute tax monies to the state of governmental subdivision for which they were collected; to serve as a member of the County Budget Commission and the Board of Revision.

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Robert A. Goering Click here for more information about this candidate 196,913 votes 54.30%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Hamilton County Treasurer
  • JD - Chase College of Law
  • Cum Laude - Denison University
  • Mariemont H.S. - Class rank 3rd
  • President - Hamilton County Budget Commission 1991-current
  • President - Hamilton County Investment Advisory Committee 1991-current
  • Eagle Scout
  • Continue fiscal responsibility with taxpayer fiduciary funds
  • Utilize private collectors to speed Property Tax collections
  • Provide more services without creating large bureaucracy
Steve Brinker Click here for more information about this candidate 165,716 votes 45.70%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Attorney, Stephen G. Brinker, LLC
  • J.D. Chase College of Law at NKU, '77
  • M.A. English, Xavier University, '71
  • B.A. English, St. Joseph's College (Ind) '68
  • Green Township Trustee, 1981-85, Chairman, 1983-85
  • Oak Hills Local Bd. of Education, 1991-95, Chairman, 1993-94
  • Board of Trustees, St. Joseph's College (Ind.), 2001-
  • I will collect taxes, including delinquents, in a timely manner.
  • I will oversee investments in a prudent manner,
  • I will support a "Land Reutilization" program to preserve property values

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