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Re: District 1, County Commission
« Reply #40 on: October 08, 2014, 04:03:50 PM »
I have lived here in Elk County a very long time and I still have not seen what you call tight little social circles. I don't consider anyone an outsider.

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« Reply #41 on: October 08, 2014, 05:17:27 PM »
Anyway, this is not a forum discussion on that topic. That was my own personal opinion as I know how I have been treated and what I have witnessed. Now, back to the real topic at hand, which is how we should all come together to retain Doug Ritz as District 1 County Commissioner.

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Re: District 1, County Commission
« Reply #42 on: October 08, 2014, 06:05:00 PM »
That also is your own personal opinion

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« Reply #43 on: October 08, 2014, 06:49:00 PM »
That also is your own personal opinion

Yes ma'am, that is MY personal opinion. But it's also the opinion of several people who have messaged me. And it's also the reason why I started this thread.

Doug Ritz is a good man. He has spent his term in office doing what is right for this county. He's NOT a yes man (like some who have been/are on the commission) who only does what the rest of the commission wants. Let's help him keep up the good work and keep looking out for us!
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« Reply #44 on: October 08, 2014, 07:47:19 PM »
Well said Gadsden1775 well said.

I do believe you have experienced the elements that want people to shut up so they can have control'

Stick to your principals, personally I appreciate that.

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Re: District 1, County Commission
« Reply #45 on: October 08, 2014, 10:20:16 PM »
Doug Ritz is a good man. No one has said he is not.

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« Reply #46 on: October 08, 2014, 10:29:12 PM »
Doug Ritz is a good man. No one has said he is not.

THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT EVERYONE IS SAYING

Re-elect Doug Ritz

Write-in Doug Ritz in November to keep Elk County Healthy

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Re: District 1, County Commission
« Reply #47 on: October 10, 2014, 05:38:05 PM »
This has just come to mind. Maybe it's just me making a big deal out of nothing but no matter what I think, it still does not look right. During the primary election, why was Donna Kaminska handing out the ballots during voting for the Longton precinct, you know, in District 1? My grandmother and I both think that the reason was so everyone would know to vote Kaminska. Shari received 116 votes, Doug got 76. A difference of 40. At least there was 76 people that did not want her and I'm sure the numbers will grow in light of everything that she is unforthcoming about. Let's keep those skeletons hidden. You do seem to be very stuck on yourself to the point that you can't even take your husbands last name. Myself and grandmother will be changing our votes back to Mr. Ritz. Oh, I've read your facebook and all of the congratulations, really loved the one from "QE", Liz Hendricks. What does QE stand for? Queen Elizabeth? Just wondering.

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« Reply #48 on: October 10, 2014, 09:10:43 PM »
This has just come to mind. Maybe it's just me making a big deal out of nothing but no matter what I think, it still does not look right. During the primary election, why was Donna Kaminska handing out the ballots during voting for the Longton precinct, you know, in District 1?
   
Excellent point Raven, excellent post.

You are not making a big deal out of nothing.

I do believe politicking at the pole is illegal.
I believe the 100-foot rule: No politicking near polling-site entrances is the law.
And handing out the ballots inside the polling place is exactly that in my opinion, politicking.
And never should have happened. 
Simple common sense.

I am going to double check this with our county election official on Monday.
 
And if perhaps the person running for office doesn't know the rules,and just assumes they can do whatever they want to do, perhaps they shouldn't be running. If they don't know the rules they should at least be intelligent enough to ask the county election official , don't ya reckon?

If done on purpose what else will might they assume they can get away with ?

Raven I think we have a common feeling towards fairness and honesty.
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Re: District 1, County Commission
« Reply #49 on: October 11, 2014, 10:30:13 AM »
Quote from redcliffsw:
It's the Republicans who have pushed their socialist agenda upon Americans for the past 150 years. Looks like Commissioner Ritz got in the way of the progressives and so the Republicans simply did what comes natural to them and voted for one of their own kind.

Republicans have never been conservative and they never will be.

If I lived in Ritz' district, I'd certainly vote for Ritz.
 


Red, I hate to be the one who burst your bubble but Doug Ritz is a Republican. For you to keep beating a dead horse proclaiming ALL Republicans are not conservative would be like me saying all your beloved Democrats/ Independents/Libertarian's are flaming Liberals. It just aint so no matter how much you want it to be---and please spare me the "Honest Abe did this or that " I'm old but not so old I recall the old gent.

 

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