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Remove Board Members


It will be easier than you think.

Here's our targets. There are three seats we can take next election.


The first is District 1 Jeff Bauer. He beat Jeff Sloan in a runoff in 2014.  He only won by less than 6%. With the right exposure of his deeds and the pain he causes he should not be a problem.


Then there is District 2 Karen Almond. This one may be tough. She is an incumbent and got over 70% of the vote in 2014. She did it with $17k and has another $17k on hand. we will need to put up a few dollars against this one but with her dirty deeds out in public she will fall.


Last for 2018 election is District 5 Tina Calderone. She has $30K on hand. She ran unopposed last time but things are about to change. We just need a good candidate and the right exposure. Her career on the board now will be in jeopardy.



The next two will be the last to go. 


District 3 Abby Sanchez beat  incumbent Dede Schaffner by less than 9/10ths of a point. She only used 20k campaign contributions versus Debe who had 40k. She was lucky and can be removed but she may be the only one with potential as a friend of parents. We will be watching her.

 The seat of District 4 incumbent Amy Lockhart was set to be on the ballot in 2016, but she filed for re-election unopposed. Her name did not appear on the ballot, and she was automatically re-elected to an additional term. 

As the ringleader of the terrible 5 she will be easy to unload. She could only pull in $6k in campaign funds as an incumbent in 2016. Pretty sad and a testament to just how good of a job she has been doing.Too bad it will be 4 whole years because she is the easiest to pick off

SOMETHING TO RAISE AN EYEBROW.

Amy Lockhart reported receiving 2016 contributions of $6,050.00 and spent every penny. She wasn't even on the ballot. Go Figure?

Click  link above, If on phone click the 3 bars in top left for more info. 

It will be easier than you think.

Here's our targets. There are three seats we can take next election.


The first is District 1 Jeff Bauer. He beat Jeff Sloan in a runoff in 2014.  He only won by less than 6%. With the right exposure of his deeds and the pain he causes he should not be a problem.


Then there is District 2 Karen Almond. This one may be tough. She is an incumbent and got over 70% of the vote in 2014. She did it with $17k and has another $17k on hand. we will need to put up a few dollars against this one but with her dirty deeds out in public she will fall.


Last for 2018 election is District 5 Tina Calderone. She has $30K on hand. She ran unopposed last time but things are about to change. We just need a good candidate and the right exposure. Her career on the board now will be in jeopardy.



The next two will be the last to go. 


District 3 Abby Sanchez beat  incumbent Dede Schaffner by less than 9/10ths of a point. She only used 20k campaign contributions versus Debe who had 40k. She was lucky and can be removed but she may be the only one with potential as a friend of parents. We will be watching her.

 The seat of District 4 incumbent Amy Lockhart was set to be on the ballot in 2016, but she filed for re-election unopposed. Her name did not appear on the ballot, and she was automatically re-elected to an additional term. 

As the ringleader of the terrible 5 she will be easy to unload. She could only pull in $6k in campaign funds as an incumbent in 2016. Pretty sad and a testament to just how good of a job she has been doing.Too bad it will be 4 whole years because she is the easiest to pick off

SOMETHING TO RAISE AN EYEBROW.

Amy Lockhart reported receiving 2016 contributions of $6,050.00 and spent every penny. She wasn't even on the ballot. Go Figure?

Click  link above, If on phone click the 3 bars in top left for more info.