Debbie Lieberman

Election questions that need answers

The “primary” election on May 7th for the Dayton Mayor and City Commission positions isn’t a primary- it’s a run-off election, to narrow the field to two candidates for Mayor and four candidates for two city commission seats. This means one candidate from each race will be left out. Typically, primaries are held for political Read More

Apparently, it’s not OK to ask about a County Commissioners taxes

The local Republican Party chief and Board of Elections member, Rob Scott is sending out a letter/Press Release about the taping of the “debate” between County Commission candidates that was taped last night. SET VIA EMAIL, FAX, REGULAR U.S. MAIL September 28, 2012 Ms. Susan Hesselgesser Executive Director League of Women Voters of Greater Dayton Read More

The 2000 OH-3 map showing gerrymandering across 4 counties

Montgomery County Commissioners on OH-3: sanity check

When the 3rd Congressional district was last gerrymandered as it was passed from Tony Hall to Mike Turner by the powers that be, it went from a compact, reasonable district that roughly matched Montgomery County boundaries to a sprawling mess that looks like a monkey with an etch-a-sketch tried to draw something and it was Read More

Duplication of effort amounts to kickbacks

Since when is a labor union a counseling service? And why would we pay a union to do what we already pay public workers (in a union) to do the same thing? (Well actually, apparently union workers need pre-counseling, to help acclimate themselves to the real world) Sounds like a kickback to an organization that Read More

A different standard for the Party Faithful

Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray is playing favorites, handing a potentially lucrative class action lawsuit over to former Montgomery County Democratic Party Chairman Dennis Lieberman’s law firm. Lieberman is also the husband of Montgomery County Commissioner, Debbie Lieberman. Right now, Lieberman is facing $132,565 in federal tax liens. Which makes me go hmmm? Right now Read More

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