Friday, August 10, 2018

The Oro Valley Election: "You Don't Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows"

A simple voting decision: Do you like what you see?
We've been following election related discussions posted on The discussions are interesting: "The golf course is good." "No. The golf course is bad;" "High paced development is good." "No. High paced development is bad." Some commenters have made up their minds. Some commenters are doing more research.

Here's all the research you need.

Look around you. Do you like what you see? Do you want 4 more years of the same?

If you don't like what you see, if you want a change in the direction of Oro Valley, then vote for the challengers (Winfield, Barrett, Nicholson, Jones-Ivey).

If you like what you see and you want more of the same, then vote for the incumbents.

It's a simple decision

"You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows."(Watch The Video)

Is Hiremath's claim of community feedback bogus? 
In the May 9 edition of the Explorer, Mayor Hiremath stated that "It felt good to interact with the community while canvasing for signatures." How many signatures did he canvass? 20!

That's right, 20 signatures!

20, according to an analysis by local group takebackov of each Hiremath petition he submitted.

Not much community feedback.

Your Views Don't Matter To Mayor Hiremath
Mayor Hiremath cares little for what the community thinks. He's always felt that way. Watch (at left) Hiremath lecture residents who spoke at the country club acquisition hearing in December of 2014.

Then ask yourself: Do you want 4 more years of this behavior?