"I remain perplexed about why the incumbents are so obsessed with my support of the challengers in the TRWD election, especially considering that the incumbents have the financial support of 5 Dallas billionaires and a few Fort Worth ones too. Instead of these strange, obviously erroneous assertions about dead bodies, shouldn't they be talking about the real issues, such as clean, abundant water and flood control? Their total avoidance of the issues that matter is one of many reasons why I do support Craig Bickley & Michele von Luckner."
Though we wonder why WFAA didn't say, the incumbents backed out of the forum they had committed to attend.
If they can't keep their commitments, WHY would YOU want to keep them on the board?
Have you been appalled by what you see on the "news" happening in the communities? Ever been disturbed by the lack of coverage or the lack of facts shared by the media? Who knows more about what is going on in your community? A reporter with a deadline or informed citizens? Have you ever attended a city meeting? Are you concerned with your current leadership? Ever written a Letter to the Editor that was edited beyond recognition? Or not printed at all? Let us know what's going on in your cities, help to educate your neighbors. The things taking place now are regional and affect all of us. Exercise your right to be informed!
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