Dayton City Commission

And the voters said… Carolyn Rice

No this isn’t Arizona where some traitors in the boards of elections are refusing to certify votes. This is Montgomery County Ohio- where the final election results just came in at 1:24 pm today. There are no surprises except one: Carolyn Rice will remain your county commissioner with 92,501 votes to Jordan Wortham’s 91,038. That’s Read More

Matt Joseph and Chris Shaw playing race cards

I got a mailing from the incumbent team the on Friday, my fellow challenger, Shenise Turner-Sloss got the same thing Wednesday- or is it? Here’s the one mailed to me in South Park: Here’s the one that was mailed to Shenise Turner-Sloss in Southern Dayton View: Besides the photos changing- apparently black people don’t want Read More

Campaign finance reports due Wednesday 24 May 2019

In the new American political handycapping system of fundraising, tomorrow Wednesday is scorecard day. On my campaign finance reports, you won’t see any unions, any political lobbyists, any Washington types, or political party donations. I’m not on any “List” of donors, and the biggest donation is $500. You will see some folks from out of Read More

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

Anything to keep the incumbents in office

I knew I was cutting it close by deciding to run after my mother died. But, a bunch of people volunteered to circulate petitions and help me out. For many, it was an eye opener. It’s not as easy as you think to get people to properly fill out a Dayton City Commission petition- especially Read More

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