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Hamilton County, OH November 5, 2013 Election
Member Council at Large; City of Wyoming Voter Information

2 Year Term.

a charter city

Results as of Jan 15 7:15pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (5/5)
Candidates (Vote for 7)
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Lynn R. Crider Click here for more information about this candidate 1506 votes 14.05%

  • Occupation: Homemaker
  • B.S.B.A. in Marketing (Ohio State University)
  • M.B.A. in International Business (Xavier University)
  • Have served on City Council since April, 2006
  • Currently serving as Vice Mayor
  • Chair of Finance Committee
  • Appointed to Hamilton County Tax Incentive Review Council
  • Emphasize continued sound fiscal management
  • Seek and implement economic development opportunities in Wyoming and surrounding communities
  • Focus on infrastructure improvements and maintenance in a fiscally responsible manner
Jennifer Eismeier Click here for more information about this candidate 1422 votes 13.27%
  • Occupation: Executive
  • Executive Director, Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities
  • Chair, Wyoming Environmental Stewardship Commission
  • Commissioner, Hamilton County Environmental Action Commission
  • Board Member, Ohio Stormwater Association
  • B.S. Forestry and Natural Resources, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
  • Watershed Stewardship Program, Penn State
  • Fiscal Discipline
  • Community Investment
  • Environmental Sustainability
Barry S. Porter Click here for more information about this candidate 1422 votes 13.27%
  • Occupation: Financial Executive
  • BA degree - Economics - Denison University
  • MBA - Finance - University of Cincinnati
  • CFO - retired - Ohio Casualty Insurance Co.
  • Board Chairman - retired - First Financial Bancorp
  • Board member - Economic Center - University of Cincinnati
  • Maintain City's infrastructure
  • Steward of City finances
  • Support and promote excellance in City services.
Pamela Kamm Click here for more information about this candidate 1405 votes 13.11%
  • Occupation: Homemaker//Community Volunteer
  • B.A. Communications -- University of South Florida
  • Wyoming City Councilmember -02/07 -- present
  • Current Council Committees: Finance, Joint City School, Economic Development, Buildings and Equipment
  • Past President Wyoming Parent School Association
  • Past President Junior Woman's Club of Wyoming
  • Wyoming Citizen of the Year
  • Continued focus on managing our tax dollars in a fiscally responsible manner without sacrificing services or public safety.
  • Maintain Wyoming's high standards of liveability, safety and services by utilizing the citizen driven Master Plan.
  • Continue the open dialogue and accessibility I have established with the residents of our city.
Jenni McCauley Click here for more information about this candidate 1364 votes 12.73%
  • Occupation: Realtor, Executive Sales Vice President
  • Current member of Wyoming City Council
  • Chair of Public Safety Committee. Planning Commission.
  • Past Chair of Law Committee, Streets & Roads Committee, Recreation Commission. 8 years on Finance Committee.
  • Past President of Wyoming PSA, Historical Society, JWC, WWC
  • B.A., M,A. University of Cincinnati
  • Legislative Chair, Cinti Area Board of Realtors
  • Maintain Wyoming's superior city services and quality of life while increasing efficiency.
  • Work with CSX to reduce train horn volume
  • City-School cooperation to maximize value of taxpayer dollars
Albert Lewis "Al" Delgado Click here for more information about this candidate 1290 votes 12.03%
  • Occupation: Educational Administrator
  • B.S. Special Education-University of Cincinnati
  • M.E.D.-Special Education/Curriculum-University of Cincinnati
  • Assistant Superintent of Schools- Retired
  • Past Chair of Planning Commission,The Promenade Committee, Board of Zoning Appeals, and Community Improvement Corporation
  • Presently on City Council
  • 30 years of Wyoming City volunteer work on committees and commissions
  • Promote and Support the excellent Wyoming city services while balancing the city budget
  • Support the City-School collaboration that is a commmunity investment which adds to our quality of life
  • Focus on maintaining the city's roads and infrastructure
James T. O'Reilly Click here for more information about this candidate 1235 votes 11.52%
  • Occupation: I am a professor
  • I am on the OKI Regional Council of Govts, Exec. Com.
  • I teach at the UC College of Law & College of Medicine
  • I have had 45 textbooks published
  • I am First Suburbs Consortium treasurer
  • I hold a JD from the University of Virginia
  • I am the Retired Procter & Gamble Assoc GenCounsel
  • Education is Wyoming's Future
  • Transportation access has been my key effort in 10 yrs on city council
  • Lifestyle is a great benefit for new families entering Wyoming
Vicky M. Zwissler Click here for more information about this candidate 1075 votes 10.03%
  • Occupation: President, PosterSolutions
  • BS Graphic Design, University of Cincinnati DAAP
  • Certificate Business French, Univeristy of Cincinnati
  • Adjunct Faculty, College of Mt. St. Joseph
  • Hamilton County Communication Center (911) Advisory Board
  • Ohio Fire Academy Elected Official Training
  • Wyoming Citizens Police Academy
  • Develop a cohesive broad-based Economic Development Program to replace the subsidy program in place now.
  • Maintain our true volunteer fire department which provides tremendous savings for this vital safety service.
  • Focus capital improvements in repairing and replacing our aging streets.

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