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Hamilton County, OH November 2, 2010 Election
County Commissioner; County of Hamilton Voter Information

4 Year Term. Salary: $87,075.00

Responsibilities: To exercise financial control of County expenditures; to authorize public works; to purchase land and buildings; to let contracts; to plan and administer welfare. The Board of County Commissioners also appoints other officials to operate various departments within the county.

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Chris R. Monzel Click here for more information about this candidate 152,879 votes 56.48%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Engineer, City Councilman
  • Neighborhood: Spring Grove Village
  • Education: Purdue University, B.S. Aero-Engineering
  • University of Cincinnati, M.S. Aero-Engineering
  • Harvard University, Masters Public Policy
  • Fiscal responsibility - balancing the county budget without raising citizens taxes.
  • Economic Development - decreasing the tax burden and government regulation on businesses
  • Re-engineering county government - we must work smarter by eliminating waste and inefficiency.
Jim Tarbell Click here for more information about this candidate 117,813 votes 43.52%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Community Development Officer with SHP Leading Design
  • Neighborhood: Pendleton in Over the Rhine
  • Education: Lowell Institute, Cambridge MA
  • Nine years on City Council, two years as Vice Mayor
  • Party: Democrat
  • Create and retain jobs through cooperative and coordinated economic development
  • Support sheriff's patrols and connect minor offenders to treatment to alleviate jail overcrowding
  • Reinvigorate local business districts that are at the center of strong and livable communities

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