[Vision2020] Incumbent City Council Members Stacking theElection
thansen at moscow.com
Mon Sep 24 18:30:11 PDT 2007
"Making a decision to delay a much needed seat so you can improve your odds
of reelection is coy, and an abuse of power."
Now let me see if I have this right.
Mayor Chaney was wrong in appointing Kit Craine the other week?
And to compound things, Mayor Chaney is wronger for not appointing anybody
to fill the sixth seat?
Gee, Arnie. This is all so confusing. Why didn't you decide to run for
city council. Things would have been a lot simpler then.
Which brings us to today's . . .
Seeya round town, Moscow.
"We're a town of about 23,000 with 10,000 college students. The college
students are not very active in local elections (thank goodness!)."
- Dale Courtney (March 28, 2007)
From: vision2020-bounces at moscow.com [mailto:vision2020-bounces at moscow.com]
On Behalf Of Donovan Arnold
Sent: Monday, September 24, 2007 5:46 PM
To: Tom Ivie; vision2020 at moscow.com; kcraine at verizon.net
Cc: aaronament at moscow.com; nchaney at ci.moscow.id.us; jweber at moscow.com;
tlamar at moscow.com; blambert at ci.moscow.id.us
Subject: Re: [Vision2020] Incumbent City Council Members Stacking
I am not making assumptions. Simple deductive math skills tell me that three
council members make the majority on the five member Council (not six
because of a vacancy). Three candidates are running again. Therefore, a
minimum of at least one candidate voiced favor for the delay which benefited
him or her greatly.
Second, what Kit Craine wanted to do was irrelevant. Making a decision to
delay a much needed seat so you can improve your odds of reelection is coy,
and an abuse of power.
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