CAMPAIGN NOTEBOOK
Realtors aid Chabot, Neyer, Rhodes

Thursday, October 15, 1998


The political action committee of the Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors has chosen candidates to receive financial support in this election.

They are Steve Chabot for Congress, Tom Neyer Jr. for Hamilton County commissioner and Dusty Rhodes as Hamilton County auditor. Also backed were Ohio House candidates Sam Britton, Catherine Barrett, Dale Van Vyven, Jerry Luebbers, Cheryl Winkler, Patricia Clancy, Bob Schuler and Jackie O'Brien.

The Realtors also are backing Richard Finan, Janet Howard and Mark Mallory for Ohio Senate. Ms. Howard and Mr. Mallory are running against each other.

Candidate Night: The Young Lawyers Section of the Cincinnati Bar Association is sponsoring a candidates' night today at the Havana Martini Club, 580 Walnut, downtown.

The event is an occasion for lawyers to meet one-on-one with candidates running for judicial, congressional and statewide offices.

The event runs from 5-7 p.m.

Campaign Notebook is compiled by staff of The Cincinnati Enquirer and runs Tuesday-Saturday.



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