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Hamilton, Butler, Warren Counties, OH November 6, 2007 Election
 Smart Voter Steven "Steve" Moore

Candidate for
Board Member; Princeton City School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Retired
  • 30 Years business and R&D..mostly at Procter & Gamble
  • BS Chemical Engineering from University of Missouri, Columbia
  • Served on University of Missouri Engineering Dept Board for several years
  • I have two children in Princeton Middle & High school since pre-school
  • My wife and I have a lot of volunteer experience in our schools.
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Job One: Academic Excellence for ALL students and ALL Schools
  • Operational Discipline--Sound Fiscal Discipline and Discipline/Attention to forward looking strategies for the issues/opportunities facing Princeton
  • Re-energizing Princeton's Pride & Reputation--we provide a superior education experience and are not fully recognized for it
Questions on Issues

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Position Papers
Speech given over local Cable TV Network
This paper adds further background on my qualifications and priorities and issues facing Princeton Schools
Campaign Contact Information

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