Chris Shaw

One of these Dayton City Commission candidates is not like the others…

Remember those tests where you were asked to identify the one thing that was not like the others? Well, the Dayton Daily news voters guide makes it abundantly clear that one candidate isn’t like the others. You can slice them and dice them anyway you want, but, in this case, my answers are so different Read More

Commissioner Joey Williams promises not to cost taxpayers a standalone special election

The clock is ticking on when Dayton City Commissioner Joey Williams can resign, without causing a special election. Word is that the responsibilities of his new job as president of Key Bank, raising kids, and having his wife working far away are demanding. If Williams was to resign- there has to be a special election, Read More

Even if a Rountree falls in the forest, is anybody listening?

In the special election today, the candidate who was in it for her career advancement came in last and will not return to the ballot in November, will not pass go, and will not collect $200. Unofficial Results from the Montgomery County Board of Elections: Number of Precincts 95 Precincts Reporting 95 100.0 % Times Read More

Vote to thin the herd tomorrow May 5, 2015

Dayton residents get to waste a ton of money and their time voting in the special election on May 5 to make it easier for dummies to vote. That’s right- we voters can’t handle more than “choose 2 out of 4” so tomorrow, we must vote one candidate off the island. Note, this is NOT Read More

Hazel Rountree on Hazel Rountree

I’m sorry- when I run for public office, it’s about serving the people of the community. It’s because I believe in representing people and helping our community. When I first heard Hazel Rountree talk about why she was running for Dayton City Commission, despite barely completing half of her Dayton School Board term I was Read More

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