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- 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.
Nathan J "Nate" Noy
- 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.
- 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
James J. Condit, Jr.
- Reduce Taxes and Spending by the Federal Government
- Solve the Illegal Immigration Problem
- Spur the Economy and bring jobs to Ohio
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