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Thomas M. Knopf

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Election 2007: Thomas M. Knopf, ... [cached]
Election 2007: Thomas M. Knopf, candidate for Mayor of Findlay
Below are the responses I received from mayoral candidate Thomas M. Knopf; I offer no comment or interpretation about what appears...that is up to you, the voter!
Mon Oct 29 - Thomas M. Knopf, Findlay mayoral candidate
From the Findlay area, Democratic candidates Mario Bower (running for an at-large city council seat) and Thomas Knopf (running for Mayor) had an opportunity to address the assembled audience of union workers and members of the community.
Knopf used his time to once again talk about the role he envisions for community members, and stated goals of a balanced budget, no income tax increase, and asking city council to pass a living wage law.
A surprise guest for the evening was Henry County Democrat Robin Weirauch, who is running for the 5th District Congressional seat.She spoke about fun her day has been and the amount of traveling she has done since announcing her candidacy.She shared her campaign website address ( and told how she made her official announcement on YouTube.
Here is a snapshot of each (click to open a larger size), or better yet, visit their sites to find out more information about Pete and Thomas.
It is interesting how the Pete's site is mostly red, while Thomas' is mainly blue.
Thomas Knopf for Mayor
Knopf read prepared remarks before taking a few questions from the audience.In his speech, Knopf's theme was 'Putting People First' and most of the language reflected the hope and opportunities he feels are before the community.Knopf told the crowd that they had the opportunity to make a difference and for their voices to be heard by helping elect him.
It would be difficult for Democratic candidate Thomas Knopf to be elected.
Doug's Views » Thomas Knopf, 30 Oct 2007 [cached]
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Tags: elections, mayor, Ohio, Pete Sehnert, Thomas Knopf
That is more ink for Knopf than I have read since the election season began.
Tags: Democrats, election, mayor, Pete Sehnert, Republicans, Thomas Knopf, Tony Iriti
Tags: election, mayor, Pete Sehnert, Thomas Knopf, Tony Iriti
Thomas on Ohio State Issue 2 is all about money not animal welfare Doug on Spending time off the net Thomas Knopf on Spending time off the net Doug on Spending time off the net Mark A Shrider on Spending time off the net
Doug's Views » Blog Archive » Primary start to long election cycle, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
Thomas Knopf on Spending time off the net Doug on Spending time off the net Mark A Shrider on Spending time off the net
Courier finally uses some ink on Democrat in Mayor’s race | Doug's Views, 26 July 2007 [cached]
Sorry I am tardy on this post but I kind of over­looked the recent arti­cle on the cam­paign of Thomas Knopf, who is run­ning for the now open Mayor's office in Find­lay, Ohio, against Repub­li­can Pete Sehn­ert in Novem­ber.
That is more ink for Knopf than I have read since the elec­tion sea­son began. Most arti­cles before now usu­ally added him at the end with a kind of "oh, by the way Thomas Knopf is run­ning too" in an arti­cle focused on Republicans.
A quick glance at the num­bers do sug­gest that Knopf's got a chance. Of the 26,424 reg­is­tered vot­ers in Find­lay, 10,027 are reg­is­tered Repub­li­cans. The Democ­rats have just 1,663 vot­ers fill­ing out their ros­ter, but 14,734 reg­is­tered vot­ers in Find­lay have no party affiliation.
Can Dems win city mayor's office? Little-known GOP can­di­date giv­ing them high hopes July 20, 2007
Local Democ­rats plan on a big push for Knopf after the Han­cock County Fair at the end of August. I do hope Knopf doesn't ignore the biggest event in the county. I remem­ber as a lad that you weren't a seri­ous can­di­date unless you had a booth at the fair or at least grab hands with your pres­ence there.
For more info:
Thomas Knopf for Mayor
This entry was posted in Findlay, Media, Politics and tagged Democrats, election, mayor, Pete Sehnert, Republicans, Thomas Knopf, Tony Iriti.
Knopf now has a campaign ..., 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
Knopf now has a campaign website which has more information on him than has ever been written in The Courier.
Knopf also has taken Iriti to task for some of the same issues that led to his defeat - spending money on projects like decorative light poles on Main St or on the environmental impact study of the Brandeman tire dump site.
One real issue addressed by Knopf is his proposal to use the land of Brandeman tire dump site to build low income housing - something Findlay has always lacked enough of.
Thomas Knopf for Mayor
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