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William J. Seitz
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: State Representative, Attorney
- B.A. University of Cincinnati (1975); J.D. University of Cincinnati (1978)
Ann "Thompson" (Franks) Thompson
- School funding reform
- A state referendum on allowing casino-style gambling at Ohio's 7 horseracing tracks
- Reducing the size and complexity of Ohio's personal and business income tax system
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Real Estate Appraiser
- Realtor/Appraiser 30 Yrs.
- Educator, SOC, Cincinnati Tech
- Cinti. Area Board of Realtors, Treas, Dir.
- Cinti. Ch. Nat'l Assn. Indep.Appraisers, Pres
- Oh.Assn.Realtors, PR Chairperson,Trustee
- Advisory, Gr.Oaks, Cinti.Tech, Prov.Hosp.
- Put priorities on out of control budget spending
- Fund schools efficiently and fairly
- Create a balance, Bring the electorate back into the process
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