Pima County House Of Cards: Sunday’s Comic

Coalition Thanks Pima County Residents For Bond Vote

It is important to remember, in this election, that all kinds of political lines were blurred in the No coalition that emerged. Tucson, for instance, is majority Democrat and reelected Democrats while turning down the bonds endorsed by the Democrat Party. Those to the Right who bemoan the “Demoncrats” need to rethink their prejudices, just as those to the Left should rethink theirs. What this election showed was that good people of all political persuasions can work together when the cause is just. Thank you all.

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Will Pima County Bond Loss Force Highly Paid County Administrator Huckelberry Out? [Poll]

As the richest county in the U.S., Loudoun County, VA., pays its county administrator a whopping $223,160 a year, while Pima County, home to the fifth poorest metropolitan area in the country, pays its county administrator Chuck Huckelberry a whopping $320,000. On Tuesday, Huckelberry led the County into the abyss, and the mega bond failed in a landslide.

(The chief administrative officer of Prince George’s County (pop. 900,000), who stepped down in 2014 to return to the private sector, was paid $193,000, according to the Washington Post.)

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1 Comment

  1. Demoncrats? I’m shocked! Just because the DNC denied God three times and then Clinton crowed? That’s not a sign of Demonocracy, surely.

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