Friday, April 27, 2007

Democratic race for 4th District City Council

Two Democrats are vying for the right to face Mitch Harper (R) in the November Election and to replace Councilman Tom Hayhurst (D).

The candidates are Charles Langley and Leslie Raymer.

Both are educators...

I think this race is fairly easy to predict and I think that Charles Langley will win easily. He has raised almost four times as much money and he seems to be energetic and he seems to be running a stronger campaign then his opponent.

Mike Sylvester

2 comments:

Not Ozzie said...

Mike,

So you're saying money makes the candidate?

Langley does not possess the skills or experience that Mitch Harper does and on top of that he's in the whitebread township of Aboite. Hardly a democrats playground.

LP Mike Sylvester said...

Not Ozzie:

What on Earth are you talking about?

My post is entitled Democratic race for 4th District City Council.

I am predicting Langley will beat his Democratic Opponent in the primary...

That has nothing to do with Mitch Harper...

You might want to read my post again...

Mike Sylvester

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