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Hamilton County, OH November 2, 1999 Election
Board Member; Oakhills 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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Sharon Lipps 8,638 votes 39.2%

  • Occupation: Travel Agent/ Owner
  • Education: Assoc. Degree in Travel and Tourism, Southern Ohio College
  • i served 8 years on the school board and feel I hae the experience to serve in this position.
  • To keep communication with the public open
  • To continue to provide the best education opportunities for our children
  • To keep updated with new technology
Steve A. Oyler 6,817 votes 30.9%
Jack L. Pollock 6,585 votes 29.9%
  • Occupation: Project Engineer - IBM
  • Education: BS Public Administration, MBA Financial Mgmt.
  • Proven leadership; Experience managing budgets
  • Co-Chairman, 1997 Bond Issue and Operating Levy Campaign
  • Member, Oak Hills Core Construction Team
  • Wife and children were and are Oak Hills students
  • Determined to continue to apply time, energy, and effort to schools and community
  • Communication
  • Financial management
  • Fact based decision making
Ferdinand Flick (Withdrawn)

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