After an embarrassing start to districts 2, 3 and 5 elections where disservices have occurred for voters, a) district 3 and 5 incumbents running unapposed and without majority support of voters, and 2) district 2, with voters offended by creed prejudice from district demoncratic clubs, voters within the majorities of those district's neighborhoods are now formulating questions for candidates.
Neighborhoods fully expect Mary Piepho and Federal Glover to hide from such questions that focus on the future of Contra Costa County. Further, Neighborhoods as the majority in district 2 are prepared to challenge Tomi van de Brooke on her role among consortium politics and hiding behind a message of creed prejudice.
Neighborhoods have their questions for the April 21 candidates evaluations scheduled for Tice Valley and have audit teams prepared for programs April 23, 26 and May 7. Thus, as you prepare for your April 26 program, do you believe that your questions and concerns will match the majority of voters in district 2? As you further cover the district 3 election, do you expect Mary Piepho to have any meaningful credibility among voters to warrant any ballot voting for her candidacy?
What if a majority voted for OTHER in all supervisor races; how would that impact your reporting?
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