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Sullivan, Sawicki advance in primary

September 11, 2013

Incumbent John Sullivan took the most votes in Tuesday's primary mayoral election with nearly 36....

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Sep-11-13 1:47 PM

"Incumbent John Sullivan took the most votes in Tuesday's primary mayoral election with nearly 36 percent of the votes cast..." Remember, 64 percent voted for anyone but SULLIVAN. SULLIVAN will get 46 percent and SAWICKI will get 54 percent of the votes cast in the General Election. Bye-Bye SULLIVAN. And you take that to the bank! VOTE FOR SAWICKI!

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Sep-11-13 7:17 PM

Congrats to Mayor Sullivan, too bad a qualified opponent did not place second. Doubtful the runner up could even complete a sentence let alone a original thought or idea.

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Sep-11-13 8:51 PM

@Angelsonly: Still dumping on people eh Chris?

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Sep-13-13 10:43 AM


Have you ever seen Sully try to string three words together?

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Sep-15-13 9:59 PM

Sullivan is likely headed for defeat in November, seeing that nearly 2/3's of the voters didn't vote for him. Marni wasn't my first choice but she is head and shoulders above Sullivan in integrity and leadership. Sullivan's biggest bragging right is being able to divide different sections of our community (rate payers vs non payers, citizens vs employees, etc). His use of the mayor's chair to support Leetz and Deile in verbal assaults against other elected officials is almost criminal in my opinion. Not to mention his vulgarities into the mic, something we can be assured of to not happen with Marni. Vote for integrity and maturity. Vote for Marni!

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Sep-20-13 4:27 PM

Sullivan can't keep track of who voted, did they vote, call the vote. Budget night was another classic example of how he loses his place when told, we already voted Mr.Mayor. Oh...well let's move on. You can't make this stuff up. Vote Sawicki.

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