Moving the election is not the answer, concerned citizens are needed.
I am concerned about people showing up at the November elections and pushing the buttons for people they know not of nor of their platform. Adula Abadahlah could easily be elected that way.
Why did over a thousand vote for Shacklett? Were they not educated about their vote being wasted? Was another candidate hurt by this?
So 6,400 people decided who should represent a city of over 100k. Just what we need 6% or rather 4% deciding everything. i think we need to move the election and educate the voters.
Two weeks or early voting, polls open all day. The other 90% just do not care. By not caring they would be the type who would push buttons for City Elections not knowing the candidates nor the issues. Is that the kind of leadership you want for our city - uneducated voters making decisions?
We know that happen in the last Presidential election and see what we have as our leader - a man with no leadership experience owned by someone who wants this country to go socialist.
i am new here in town i am a registered voter however i know nothing about any of the elected officals and would apprechaite any info ppl can give me please pass along to email@example.com thank you
People who fail to vote will always get what they deserve. All the gripes about city government, all the complaining about waste and mismanagement and when you fnally have a chance to DO something about it, you stay home. If you haven't got time to go to the polls, quit complaining. You've gotten exactly what you had coming. More of the same.
Those who show up are in control - if you do not care, do not show up, do not vote we really do not care about you because you did not execute your freedom of elections.