The “Endorsed Dems” move election date

Screenshot from Joey D. Williams site for Dayton City Commission

The primary election is May 7, 2013, except for Commissioner Williams

When your official campaign website is a brochure about you, instead of a vehicle to share and discuss our city, getting the election date right would be a good start.

Or maybe when you assume that you are automatically going to get re-elected, none of this matters.

Check out the site before he has someone fix it.

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They have fixed it now.  With all that money they should pay people to proof read instead of paying people to make them look bad …… 


Yeh, did you catch his accomplishments in “ofice”?
[caption id="attachment_9701" align="aligncenter" width="314"]Joey D. Williams- in ofice Spelling error[/caption]


Nan Whaleys page shows only white people, Joey Williams page only shows black, where is the diversity in this diverse city?


“8-year member of the Dayton Board of Education,” and yet he has typos all over his campaign website?


Joey’s people have fixed the misspelling of “ofice” now….
Nan’s site has (2) photos, I think, so saying she “only shows white people” is grasping. Joey’s, on the other hand, is rather disappointing. He has a gallery of only a few photos and there’s ONE white person (not counting any that might be in the background).