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Candidates gear up for home stretch

General Election for Cape Council seats is Nov. 7

October 5, 2017

The results of the Cape Coral City Council Primary are in and, for the winners, its now a one-month push to the finish for the Nov. 7 General Electio....

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Oct-06-17 10:40 AM

Moving forward in this General Election, is it too much to ask certain individuals to STOP with the lies & to carry forward a positive message? -- Some Coviello supporter are spreading rumors on social media, that are NOT truthful. If they CAN NOT back what they are posting about Mike Hollow or this supporters, then DON'T post it!! I am referring to posts made by someone using the screen name "Warrior", and also a post by "Electrician". If the Coviello team truly wants this campaign to remain respectable, I strongly suggest that they handle this situation before it comes back to bite them. The constituents deserve to hear the truth, NOT LIES. This negativity will only result in dirty campaigning and constituents deserve better. We deserve to know the truth about both parties, NOT LIES. Didn't we have enough drama with our current Mayor???

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Oct-06-17 9:22 AM

Coviello and the budget review committee rubber stamped the CM budget the past four years. Since 2013 the city budget has increased 90.1% in four years. 2013 it was 442 million, 2017/18 it is 840 million. Government inflation rate of 22.5% per year. I guess Burch was telling the truth in 2013 when he said give me more money and I will show you how to make city employees happy. You were right Jim. City employees are laughing all the way to the bank.

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