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Should former mayor John Sullivan continue to pursue his challenge of the mayoral election?

  1. Yes.
  2. No.
  3. I don’t care either way, it’s his time and money.
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lightswitch

Mar-07-14 12:31 PM

It certainly is his call. If he feels a half of one percent is a figure that can be made up. Then so be it.

Some people don't seem to think he is within his rights to challenge the election. If it is within the law and he has the inclination and the money go for it.

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lightswitch

Mar-10-14 1:59 PM

And the same morons commenting against him using his rights to access the LAW to do this are the one's who want REAFFIRMATION of the Constitution of the United States.

The best part is they can't draw a like comparison. They need to be sent to Harvard University!

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CaptGiddyUp

Mar-12-14 2:23 AM

If Mayor Sullivan pursues this matter any further it was probably a mistake to elect him in the first place. The energy of this fine man should not be used in this matter. Perhaps he is hurting his community more than helping it. Hopefully he will find a way to help Cape Coral after his defeat. Shake hands in the middle of the field and move forward not backward

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jr4623

Mar-20-14 6:22 PM

the biggest disgrace was the 7% voter turnout

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