Tax official’s employees, contractors donate to his campaign
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He lost my vote do to the shenanigans he and Kendrick cooked up. He already has his severance year salary.
I will vote for him over the Everything Downtown Group and Augusta Press on line endorsed candidate. She is a train wreck.
Have you considered Sanford Loyd? He is the only candidate who is independent of the political favoritism and has the necessary skills to lead the tax commoner’s office.