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Hamilton County, OH November 3, 2009 Election
Council Member; City of Wyoming Voter Information

2 Year Term.

a charter city

Candidates (Vote for 7)
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Lynn Crider Click here for more information about this candidate 1,907 votes 15.19%

  • Occupation: Homemaker
  • B.S.B.A. in Marketing (Ohio State University)
  • M.B.A. in International Business (Xavier University)
  • Currently serving on Wyoming City Council
  • Currently serving on Finance Committee
  • Chair of Streets and Roads Committee
  • Currently serving on Economic Development Commission
  • Emphasize continued sound fiscal management
  • Continue researching economic development opportunities in Wyoming and surrounding communities
  • Focus on infrastructure improvements and maintenance in a fiscally responsible manner
Walter W. Cordes, II Click here for more information about this candidate 1,879 votes 14.97%
  • Occupation: Village Administrator
  • BS degree Criminal Justice, UC '87
  • AS degree Police Science, UC '75
  • Wyoming H.S., Class '73
  • Work to complete Wyoming's 2007 Master Plan projects.
  • Efficient operations and excellent services
  • Listen to residents, communicate with them, and act accordingly
Barry S. Porter Click here for more information about this candidate 1,841 votes 14.66%
  • Occupation: Retired Financial Executive (CFO)
  • BA degree Major Economics + Denison University
  • MBA + Finance + University of Cincinnati
  • 25 years as a Council member
  • Terms as Mayor & Vice Mayor,
  • 1.I want to be a proper steward of the City's resources. I want to insure that each Tax's dollar is used efficiently and wisely. .
  • 2. I want to ensure the citizens have a safe place to reside and the City maintains its exceptional fire, EMS and police departments.
  • 3.I want to continue the appropriate care and maintenance of the City's infrastructure.
Jenni McCauley Click here for more information about this candidate 1,838 votes 14.64%
  • Occupation: Exec. Sales V.P. ,Sibcy Cline Realtors
  • Wyoming City Council Incumbent, also four previous terms (1982-90)
  • Pres. Wyoming Woman's Club
  • Past Pres: Wyoming Parent Student Association, Wyoming Junior Woman's Club,Wyoming Historical Society
  • Chaired the achievement of "Village " Historic District on theNational Register
  • Wyoming Citizen of the Year
  • B.A., M.A., University of Cincinnati,Soc/Urban Planning
  • Given the current economy my top priority is monitoring costs and looking for greater efficiencies while continuing superior services.
  • Continuing 2007 Master Plan Implementation in line with budgetary constraints
  • Improving communication with residents
Pamela Kamm Click here for more information about this candidate 1,762 votes 14.03%
  • Occupation: Homemaker
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree / University of South Florida
  • Wyoming City Council-appointed 02/2007
  • City Commitees: Law, Joint City School, Buildings & Equipment
  • Wyoming PSA President-2005/2006
  • Wyoming Citizen of the Year-2004
  • Junior Woman's Club of Wyoming President1998/1999
  • Continued focus on properly managing our tax dollars in a fiscally responsible manner without sacrificing necessary services.
  • Maintain Wyoming's high standards of livability, safety and community services.
  • Emphasis on continued improvement of our city infrastructure.
Will Papa Click here for more information about this candidate 1,751 votes 13.95%
  • Occupation: Chemical Engineer
  • B Ch-E Georgia Tech
  • Economic Development
  • Communication
  • Surrounding Communities
James T. O'Reilly Click here for more information about this candidate 1,577 votes 12.56%
  • Occupation: Law professor
  • OKI Regional Council of Govts, Exec. Com.
  • First Suburbs Consortium, Treasurer
  • Women Writing for (a) Change, Treasurer
  • Ham.Cty.Law Library Board, Chairman
  • J.D. University of Virginia
  • Author of 40 books, teacher 29 years
  • Preserve I-75 Galbraith exit despite state budget cuts
  • Positive cooperation regionally to reduce costs of govt.
  • As a former police officer, preserve safe community

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