Montgomery Co. Commission (Rep)

All candidates were asked to answer this question: Within the context of the elected office you are seeking, what is the most important issue facing your community and what would you do to address it?

Harold L. Robinson

Website: www.haroldlrobinson.com

Bio: Graduate Patterson Co-op High School, Dayton. Owner, Camelot Printing Consultants, 20th year

Elected to Public Office 6 times. Served on West Carrollton School Board, 16 years. In 7th year on City Council, Deputy Mayor

Answer: Jobs, Jobs, Jobs. The greatest task facing government at all levels today is creating jobs and putting people to work. We must promote and support the Dayton Development Coalition. We must review and eliminate regulations, requirements and procedures that accomplish little, slow down the processes and inhibit new projects that create jobs. We must review, update and create new marketing ideas and policies. “Keep doing what you are doing, you will keep getting what you got”.

Dave Vore

Bio: Dave Vore was born and raised in Dayton, graduated Chaminade-Julienne H.S., Bowling Green University, and the FBI Academy. He was the Sheriff of Montgomery County, (2000-2008) who provided exemplary leadership, dedication and service to the citizens of Montgomery County.

Answer: The loss of jobs, extraordinary high home foreclosures, and the uncertainty about their economic future are by far the most important issues facing the residents of Montgomery County. As the Sheriff of Montgomery County I worked very hard to ensure our citizens a safe living and work environment. As your County Commissioner, I will work with our local business community and State Legislators to secure business and employment opportunities for the citizens of Montgomery County.

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