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Hamilton, Butler County, OH November 2, 1999 Election
Board Member; Northwest Local School District

4 Year Term.

The board is a policy-making body, but exercises only those powers delegated to it by state law. It chooses its own officers.

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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William E. Lambert 7,847 votes 38.3%

  • Occupation: Retired P&G Executive
  • Education: B.S. Chemical Engineering; MBA
  • Increased student achievement and cqreer readiness
  • Increased community involvement & commitment and satisfaction with schools
  • Looking head - long range strategic plan
Rick H. Stewart 6,983 votes 34.1%
Elaine Gauck 5,666 votes 27.6%
  • Occupation: CEO of Family Business
  • Education: Graduate of Colerain High; Attended CTC
  • PTA Board member fourteen years; attend school board meetings on regular basis
  • CEO of Family Business for 12+ years
  • Colerain Township Business Association Board
  • Reared two children who graduated Colerain High
  • Colerain Corridor Task Force Member; Colerain Historical Society Treasurer
  • Provide opportunities for all children to learn according to their ability
  • More parental and extended family interaction giving children better chance in life
  • Provide student safety by returning High School busing

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