Since When Do The Losers Make The Rules?

The Election Protection Committee (aka Pete Fontana, Jane Weber, Jasmine Cassandra Taylor, Sharon Patton-Griffin, et al) is busy instructing the public on Facebook to NOT CONTACT THE ELECTIONS OFFICE if they have an issue or alternately, if they come into the office, to request court-appointed monitor Lynne DeRoche be present while speaking with election office personnel. 

Posted in their Facebook group by Sharon Patton-Griffin: 

“If you have a question or concern regarding an election, please do not call the Elections Office, instead, email the address below. 

Likewise, if you go to the Elections Office, please do not speak to any employee there without first having Lynne DeRoche, Election Office court-appointed monitor, join you at the counter.”

The “address below” is the Election Protection Committee’s email. The post also tells the public to call Jane Weber if they want to speak with someone with the EPC.

None of these people are current elected officials. In fact they are just a group of self-appointed ‘sour grapes’ former or wannabe elected officials who resigned or lost past elections, or the relatives of said losers. They have no official designation or authority.

The big question is  —  why is the Election Protection Committee acting like it’s an official entity for collecting and disseminating complaints and information?

Posted by Philip M. Faccenda

Philip M. Faccenda is an AIA award-winning architect and planner. He is the Editor-in-Chief of E-City Beat.

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One Reply to “Since When Do The Losers Make The Rules?”

  1. I feel this is election meddling, but if not then the library should be happy with the results.Hopefully these people will just go away.


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