2016 Campaign Wrap

I lost. I didn’t just lose I lost to crazy. That has basically crushed me in this process. I knew I wasn’t going to win as I’m not a naive child but to lose so badly after the effort I tried to put in only to find out that people will literally vote for crazy, […]

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Vote Ferguson for Fullerton Today!

We won’t yet know for several more hours how this adventure will play out but I wanted to say thank you to all of the people who have supported me, walked my fliers, shared content on Facebook, liked said content and especially those who have already voted for me or are heading out to vote […]

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Don’t Shoot Fullerton’s Future – Don’t Bullet Vote

I heard somewhere that 40% of you voters are going to bullet vote for city council. Stop it. It’s counter-productive. Bullet Voting is a lot like playing Russian Roulette with a semi-automatic pistol. Sure you’re playing the game but we all know the immediate results. Bullet Voting is the process by which you vote for […]

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Share the Joy of Ferguson

Here’s the deal folks, it’s hard number crunch time. I need approximately 15,000 people to vote for me in order to win a seat on council. That’s going on previous elections and it might actually be higher depending on how many people show up to vote against their least favorite Presidential candidate. This means that […]

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Burying the Opposition – Daily Titan Edition

Last night the Daily Titan sent out an email to the candidates running for Fullerton City Council asking if we would each be willing to do an interview “since the students at our school should be informed on who’s running for city council and who wins a spot by the end of it.”. The deadline […]

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A Candidate’s Guide to Not Ruining Holidays

I’m a big believer that not all things need to be political and I stand against those who would try to make the opposite argument. That’s why I didn’t post about politics yesterday because while there were some political things that needed doing (it was a Monday before a Council Meeting and I needed data) […]

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Propaganda to the People

If you can help locally with my Ferguson for Fullerton City Council campaign here is where I ask for your help: Please help. Here is where I explain the details: I’m picking up a bunch of propaganda today to hand out to voters thanks to the generosity of those who have supported my campaign. This […]

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D.I.Y. Doesn’t Mean I Don’t Want Support

The hardest part of running a D.I.Y. campaign is getting people to want to support you if they don’t see enough other, often moneyed, support already in place. I’ve heard too many times to count that I’d be great for council it’s just too bad I don’t have the funding to win a seat. It’s […]

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About that Ballot Statement

When I pulled papers to run I didn’t have the funds for a ballot statement and thus didn’t pay for one. People keep telling me I need one to win so here’s my unofficial ballot statement with the requisite word salad as appears to be the norm for these items. I’m running for city council […]

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If I Win My Family Gets a Puppy

My wife and kids have conspired against me and made me agree to get them a puppy if I win a seat on the Fullerton City Council. I was able to negotiate it down from “if people vote for me” because then 1 vote = puppy.  It’s not that I’m anti-dog it’s just that they […]

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Look Ma! A Donate Button!

If you want to throw money at my campaign I’m taking donations via PayPal as well as checks and cold hard cash. Keep in mind though that I will only sell out my principles for BitCoins. You can follow the link at the sidebar on any of my articles on JoshuaFerguson.com at the bottom of […]

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Meet & Greet Fundraiser

Getting the word out on local campaigns is key to winning a seat and fundraising is unfortunately a major component of the system. So I need to have a fundraiser. I’m also looking for endorsements. Even used ones are fine. So if you know anybody with some extra endorsements lying around that they haven’t used, […]

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