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- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: State Representative, Dist 31
- Miami University, BA
- Indiana University, MPA
- Peace Corps Volunteer, Senegal, West Africa
- Executive Director of Community Building Institute
- married for 17 years, 3 kids
- I will work to create tax relief for the middle class tax and more jobs for Cincinnati.
- I will strive to provide health care for children.
- I want to restore fiscal responsibility in Washington.
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: US Representative; District 1
- Former Hamilton County Commissioner
- Former City Council Member
- B.A., College of William and Mary
- J.D., Salmon P. Chase College of Law
- Pursue responsible fiscal policies and tax relief
- Improve our energy security through domestic drilling and alternative sources like wind and solar
- Reduce the cost of health care for families and small businesses
- Occupation: Design Political Web Pages for Open Ballot Access
- Moderate Non-Partisan Independent Political Leader
- Agent, US Army Intelligence(60s)
- Insurance Investigator 6 years
- Machine Draftsman-Designer 22 years
- B.S. Biology, Chemistry, History
- Elected, Central Committee, Ohio Reform Party, 1998 to 2000
- Sponsor and Pass "The Citizens Right to Choose My Congress Act."
- Sponsor and Pass "The Media Voice for Americans Act"
- Sponsor and Pass"The Equal Access to Ballot Qualified Candidates Act"
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WCPO-TV Channel 9 Debate from Oct. 22
League of Women Voters of Oxford's Candidates Forum on October 29
News and Analysis
- The League of Women Voters of Oxford, together with WMUB FM will hold Candidates Forum on Wednesday, October 29, 2008, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Oxford Senior Citizen and Community Building, 922 Tollgate Drive. The public is invited to come and meet the candidates. A question and answer period will follow introduction of the candidates. The program will be broadcast live on WMUB-FM. 88.5 and listeners are welcome to phone in their questions.
- For more information, contact the LWV of Oxford
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