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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Without Government Who Will Pay for…

There’s a common refrain that we need high taxes and a large government because without the bureaucratic bureaucracy nobody would build the roads (or do other things that in theory only government can do). Now we’ve managed to grow our bureaucracy so much that our pension obligations alone have effectively ruined our ability to repair […]

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Mail Bag – “Danny”

I received a message from my site contact form from “Danny” and instead of just responding I figured I’d post it in the “Mail Bag” category so others might know where I stand on some issues that are of concern to our residents. First let us start with his questions and then I’ll dive into […]

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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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Rumors of My Losing Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

No, I haven’t given up and I’m still fully intent on trying to win a seat on council. Sadly an exercise in planning ahead and draft writing got kicked in the internet by technology. For those of you who might have seen a concession post a few minutes ago you can consider that my “oops” […]

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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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Fullerton FĂștbol Fiasco

At the last City Council meeting a group of people from the Blue Stars Soccer League were in attendance to talk about the fees they’re charged and the conditions of the field on which they play. I wrote about it briefly in my council summary yet I didn’t dive too deeply into the issue at […]

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An Apology of Sorts to Joe Felz RE: Roads

I wanted to give a quick update to let people know that City Manager Joe Felz did in fact try to get back to me on the issue of how many miles of roads we repair each year. In asking for different information it came up that an email the city clerk had sent out […]

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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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How About Them Roads

It’s now been over two weeks since the City Manager said he would get back to me on how they calculate the 8 Miles of road repairs claimed by Mayor Jennifer Fitzgerald and so today we’re going to do some math and see if we can’t make the numbers work in her favor as I […]

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An Open Letter to Jennifer Fitzgerald

Dear Mayor Fitzgerald, We’ve met on a few occasions as we have attended candidate forums in this current election for Fullerton City Council, otherwise we don’t know one-another. We have some things in common in that we’re both parents and we both profess to love our town and want what’s best for our fellow residents. […]

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