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Re: “Paul Durham for City Council

"...and she received sustained applause from the audience (no one clapped at all for the two men)."
Is this how we judge candidates now? Now wonder we have a reality star stinking up the White House.
The fact that Felicia didn't see fit to vote in local elections until two years ago holds a lot more significance than any personality politics. And it's a deal-breaker to boot.

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Posted by Peabo on 08/19/2017 at 6:27 PM

Re: “Paul Durham for City Council

No way. I saw all three candidates at an open forum, and Paul came off as arrogant, smug, and entitled, he thinks he's better than the rest of us. He didn't at all understand the issues that concern working families.

Felicia Chew made some excellent points, she understands what needs to be done, and she received sustained applause from the audience (no one clapped at all for the two men). I even saw one woman go up to her after the meeting was over and make a donation on the spot!

For the Weekly to criticize Chew for supporting a tiny tax increase to support the zoo or early childhood education is completely ridiculous. You know that all 3 Democrats will support those things, so the difference between them comes down to their sincere concern for the people of this city.

Paul is clearly scared about people voting for Felicia Chew, because he's sending out attack mailers against her (but not against Tom). And here's the Weekly repeating the unfounded attack. People who voted for Jill Stein are NOT responsible for Trump being elected. If every single one of us had voted for Clinton, she still would have lost in Arizona.

I don't want a council member who just toes the Democratic party line and does whatever the party wants, no matter what. I want an independent thinker who cares about people, and that's why I urge everyone to vote for Felicia Chew for Ward 3.

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Posted by blaze_mason on 08/18/2017 at 12:50 PM

Re: “Hasty Tasting

Question: purchases at Fry's may include e-coupons or member discounts when done in person. Would using a delivery service have these discounts [or, for that matter Senior Discounts the 1st Wednesday of the month] or would it be full price for all items?

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Posted by Dan Baldwin on 08/17/2017 at 11:40 AM

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