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State of Ohio (Clermont, Brown, Adams, Hamilton, Pike, Warren, Scioto Counties) November 7, 2006 Election
US Representative; District 2 Voter Information

2 Year Term.

To represent the people of Ohio, their district and the United States in dealing with matters of national and international importance. The general welfare should be a prime concern.

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Jean Schmidt 120,112 votes 50.5%

  • Party: Republican
Victoria Wulsin Click here for more information about this candidate 117,595 votes 49.4%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: President, Soteni International
  • As founder and president of Soteni International I have raised thousands to prevent and mitigate the effects of HIV/AIDS in African women and children
  • Through my long and ongoing work in public health I have combatted many of the most destructive diseases of our time.
  • I have often worked with unions in southern Ohio as both an officer for NIOSH (see below) and as consulting physician for the Local Steel Workers.
  • I have explored and worked throughout the world. Most recently I was based for three years in Kenya, combatting the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
  • YWCA Career Woman of Achievement, Cincinnati (1992)
  • I continued to develop my qualifications as a public servant by continuing my M.D. through both a masters and doctorate in public health from Harvard.
  • Guaranteed Health Care and Health Insurance: Ohio families and our seniors are unjustly lacking healthcare, while costs are hindering Ohio business.
  • Jobs and the Economy: Balancing the budget and reducing health care costs would boost the economy in ways that tax cuts do not.
  • The War in Iraq: Our soldiers have done their job and now it is time for the government to do its job.
Nathan J "Nate" Noy (Write-In) Click here for more information about this candidate 298 votes 0.1%
  • Occupation: Director of Government and Legal Services
  • BA Economics The College of Wooster
  • JD The University Toledo, College of Law
  • MBA The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business
  • Reduce Taxes and Spending by the Federal Government
  • Solve the Illegal Immigration Problem
  • Spur the Economy and bring jobs to Ohio
James J. Condit, Jr. (Write-In) 76 votes 0.0%

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Identification Requirements to Vote in Ohio

Absentee Voting. Any qualified Ohio voter may request an absentee ballot without stating a reason. Absentee voting begins 35 days before primary and general elections and + except for voters hospitalized due to emergencies, discussed under "Absentee Deadlines," below + ends the day before the election. (Note: Absentee voting does not always begin 35 days before a special election. You may contact your county board of elections to learn if a special election is being held in your precinct and, if so, when absentee ballots will be available.)Once absentee ballots are available for voting, an absentee voter may receive and return the ballot in person at the county board of elections office, or receive and return the absentee ballot by U.S. Mail. Any qualified Ohio voter may request an absentee ballot without stating a reason. The ballot must be applied for in writing. If you are properly registered to vote, you must submit your written request to the board of elections of the county in which your voting residence is located. Your request must contain certain information (discussed below) and your original signature. You may, but are not required to, use the application form prescribed by the Ohio Secretary of State (Form 11-A).
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