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Hamilton County, OH November 5, 2013 Election
 Smart Voter Vicky M. Zwissler

Candidate for
Member Council at Large; City of Wyoming

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: President, PosterSolutions
  • BS Graphic Design, University of Cincinnati DAAP
  • Certificate Business French, Univeristy of Cincinnati
  • Adjunct Faculty, College of Mt. St. Joseph
  • Hamilton County Communication Center (911) Advisory Board
  • Ohio Fire Academy Elected Official Training
  • Wyoming Citizens Police Academy
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Develop a cohesive broad-based Economic Development Program to replace the subsidy program in place now.
  • Maintain our true volunteer fire department which provides tremendous savings for this vital safety service.
  • Focus capital improvements in repairing and replacing our aging streets.
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Questions on Issues

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