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Steven Kendrick: In his own words



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As most in our community have become aware, we are in the run-off portion of the mayor of Augusta race. As one of the candidates offering themselves up...

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  1. wow…. Kendrick is a bit bitter……” I am somewhat surprised at the level of “intentional misinformation” and “selective research” offered up as facts and mean-spirited opinion. Some find it easy to accept the manufactured rumor when it fits a particular narrative or agenda. While they spew venom from their perch of superiority and self-righteousness, families, friends and colleagues suffer from the burden of trying to explain very personal things that have real meaning but become a political football for detractors to toss around. Nevertheless, it has become commonplace in our political races at all levels to accept what we would never accept in the rest of our day to day lives. I guess everybody wasn’t raised the same way.”

  2. When I read blather like that quoted above, my eyes glaze over and I lapse into a coma. Stating that we need a plan, we need to do better, let’s work together doesn’t replace saying I need to respect and comply with procedures and policies and be honest and transparent. It is personal – your past and present words, actions, integrity, and ethics are being weighed by the voters.

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