The Sad Thing About Aramis Ayala, Randolph Bracy and Natalie Jackson Competing For The Same Office, Is...

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By Lawrence A Robinson
The sad thing about Aramis Ayala, Randolph Bracy and Natalie Jackson competing for the same political office is that only one could win. Wouldn't it be great, if we could change the rules for instances like this? Instances where there are three phenomenal candidates for the same office we should be able to cancel the election and make room for all three in Congress. Otherwise, we may lose two of them forever.

If past local election activity can forecast future activity, Black candidate history indicates that after an election, the candidates that didn't win will probably drop out of sight for awhile and take their supporters with them which will set the winner on a path filled with unnecessary struggle or even failure.

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Ocoee Commissioner Candidate ‘Slams’ the City He Loves

by Lawrence A Robinson                   George Oliver, candidate for Ocoee Commissioner of District 4, points out a few significant weaknesses of the Ocoee City Government. Oliver offer's ideas for change to improve qualify of life in his beloved city.

The comments were made during a campaign stop at a local barber shop. George Oliver is the incumbent commissioner who has had heated discussions with the City Mayor during public attended, city council meetings.

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Congratulations to the Dark Money PAC that financed Amy Mercado

AmyMercadoBy Lawrence A Robinson
Good job Dark Money PAC, you were successful in getting the most unqualified candidate elected to a position where she can't possibly be a success.

It seems to me, that Amy Mercado's only qualification needed by the dark money PAC was a willingness to lessen the tax burden of Central Florida's big entertainment groups.

The election results make it clear that outside influences and out of town PAC money had an impact. Rick Singh reelection failure was manufactured over a period of five years. From the very start, this dark money PAC and their affiliates, created false scandals against Rick Singh because he ended the cozy relationship between special interests and the 'good old boy club,' making them pay their fair share of taxes.

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Was Amy Mercado the Dark Money PAC's 2nd Choice?

AmyMercadoBy Lawrence A Robinson
It is obvious that Amy Mercado is not qualified to manage the Orange County Property Appraiser's office. She has never had an interest in property valuation or real estate. So, why would a Dark Money PAC choose her and dump hundreds of thousands of dollars to gain control of that office? Maybe she wasn't the first choice. Inside sources suggest that Amy Mercado might have been the fall back choice in case their first pick couldn't perform.

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Are you tired of John Mina and his doo doo?

By Lawrence A Robinson
The race for Orange County Sheriff is on fire. I have watched many campaign interviews and received their mail outs and now it's down to the wire.

I watched the incumbent candidate sheriff, John Mina in an interview and thought that I would offer my opinion and analysis. His responses were quite telling of who he is. Believe me, he is not someone that you want to be sheriff.

This interview took place on August 13, 2020, on Radio Station 98.5, The Wire with Paul Allen Billings asking the questions.

During the interview John Mina said that he is the final arbiter on discipline and he doesn't need a citizen review board to tell him who to fire.
So, why does he have one? Watch the video and learn the real John Mina.

 
 
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