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So how quickly do you think Grayson will appoint McGallian to his next unelected position?
Neither of them got my vote…just couldn’t do it.
So, a few of us were hoping this local politics column would be brought back. Seems to me it has been met with apathy. Maybe it isn’t needed?????
What say y’all?
I say it’s needed, we may not have something to say each week about local politics, but politics of a local nature just gets lost in the toxic environment of the “Talk About POLITICS” page.
yeah, but here we are two days later and only 6 or 7 comments… and it was election week. It is sad, but…. I agree with you, keeps things from getting lost…..
I’ll have to be satisfied up or down voting the comments of others on local issues. I found out the hard way that some of our elected officials simply can’t take criticism and are so petty they will make it their purpose in life to hurt you any way they can just for disagreeing with them. I’ll be content expressing my displeasure at the polls with my secret ballot.
Mr Ring time to take your sign off of the utility pole at Concord Blvd and Clayton Wy……..it’s time for all of the campaign signs to go away!
You previously posted that you didn’t lose your election because all of the votes weren’t yet counted. Are you going to give us updated numbers?
It appears the manifesto written at the eleventh hour by Vice Mayor Tillman has propelled Council Member Wan to the top, leading by 565 votes! If you look closely at the data, many of the electorate decided to vote for just one candidate—the one who was cast as disdainful and disingenuous—now that is a plan that backfired!
Concord City Council – District 1
Concord Vice Mayor Laura Hoffmeister’s lead over candidate Robert Ring has grown from about 600 votes on election night to 732 votes and a 10% lead tonight, while candidate Quinne Anderson trails in third place 22% behind Hoffmeister and 12% behind Ring.
Hoffmeister – 44%
Ring – 34%
Anderson – 22%
Concord City Council – District 3
Concord Mayor Dominic Aliano ran for reelection unopposed.
Aliano – 100%
Concord City Council – District 5
Candidate Laura Nakamura’s lead over Concord City Councilman Tim McGallian has grown from about 600 votes on election night to 1,062 voters and a 12% lead tonight.
Nakamura – 56%
McGallian – 44%
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