Friday, October 26, 2001

Schloemer leads board candidates in contributions




By Jennifer Mrozowski
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Of the eight people vying for four seats on the Board of Education for Cincinnati Public Schools, G.R. “Sam” Schloemer of Springfield Township has garnered the most in campaign contributions, according to campaign finance reports.

        Mr. Schloemer, who reported raising $46,990, beat out the three incumbents trying to retain their seats and three challengers who filed financial reports with the Hamilton County Board of Elections for Thursday's filing deadline.

        One candidate, Ed Rothenberg, did not file.

        Only candidates who raised more than $1,000 by Oct. 17 are required to file finance reports. Candidate Roy McGrath filed a report but indicated he fell below the amount for which an outline of contributors is required.

        Incumbent Sally Warner ranked second for campaign contributions for this filing. She reported raising $31,774.07.

        Incumbent Harriet Russell followed with $24,748.

        Next in succession are: Challenger Melanie Bates, $24,588.50; incumbent Catherine Ingram, $15,048; challenger Frederick Suggs, $1,605.

       



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