Shenise Turner-Sloss

There’s facts- and then there is the Dayton Daily news: Dayton Commission edition.

This isn’t anything new, Trump talked about “Fake news” for a long time, but the Dayton Daily news tries to believe it has competent staff. First error in yesterdays story about the latest election: Fairchild managed to pull it off in 2018, when he defeated the endorsed candidate and newcomer Daryl Ward in a special Read More

Who to vote for in Dayton on Nov 2, 2021

Early voting can cause serious buyers remorse. Source: Why you should never early vote | Esrati I wrote that about a month ago. For those of you who voted for the “endorsed democratic party candidates” – you now know that the party is neither democratic, or to be trusted. For the Mayors race you have Read More

Montgomery County Democratic Party to apologize for hit mailers against local dems in Dayton City Commission race

It was a historic night in the Montgomery County Democratic Party- a majority of the precinct captains in attendance voted to direct the communications committee to draft a statement condemning the 2 “hit piece” mailers against Democrats Shenise Turner-Sloss and Darryl Fairchild, and make it clear the mailers were wrong, the party made a mistake, Read More

138 Million ways to not blow it: Dayton Commission 2021 candidates plans

Full disclosure- at one time or another, I’ve done work for Scott Sliver, Darryl Fairchild and Shenise Turner Sloss. Pop quiz: Dayton has a great track record of spending money on things that? A) Make demolition contractors millionaires. B) Make developers who donate to candidates wealthy. C) Let Meds, Eds, and Feds all escape any Read More

Montgomery County Democratic party continues to insult voters

Last Thursday, the Montgomery County Democratic Party “voted” over Zoom to endorse candidates in the Dayton City Commission Race, the Dayton and Huber Heights Mayors race. They did it based on the recommendations of a “screening committee” that was never elected to screen anyone. They were hand picked by Mark Owens, the party chairman, who Read More

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