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Compton Mayoral Forum: Omar Bradley Debate Aja Brown

Compton City Council Chambers

Saturday, May 25, 2013

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Comment by Phoebe Macon on June 5, 2013 at 1:06am

ALUMNI PLEASE KEEP THE CITY OF COMPTON IN YOUR PRAYERS!!

Omar, although I am very disappointed in your Mayoral loss to your opponent; you should be proud of running an above board campaign. It's too bad that the City of Compton will now be under the thumb of the SEIU & the LABOR UNIONs & the L.A. County Supervisor(s). The City of Compton has certainly lost our  independence for the next 4 years and possibly beyond. The residents of Compton should keep a watchful and a mindful eye on deals and policies that go on behind closed doors at City Hall from now on; because certainly the Labor Unions & the County Supervisor(s) did not put their support behind our NEW MAYOR for nothing!!

Comment by Phoebe Macon on June 4, 2013 at 12:20pm

OMAR BRADLEY FOR MAYOR!!

Omar, My Son & I Voted For You This Morning!!

Your Yard Signs Are Still Out In Our Yard & We Proudly Wore Our T-Shirt's Endorsing You Today!!

GOOD LUCK OMAR & GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS!!

Love and Blessings, Phoebe & Son

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comment by Andrea Williams on June 4, 2013 at 2:03am

Great debate!
It's time to vote.

Omar, I'm voting for you today!

Love Andrea

 

Comment by Yolanda Hinshaw-Spooney on June 2, 2013 at 7:04pm

Omar, I am so proud of you and I believe that you can do what you did before with an outcome far greater than before.  Compton needs someone to lead it that loves it and I know you do.  I will keep you lifted in prayer on your election and your health.  Yolanda Hinshaw Spooney

Comment by Robert Zenon on June 2, 2013 at 5:43pm

Spirited debate.  What is needed in public office today is a small ego and a vow of poverty and service to people!  Not going to happen, money is power and power is money.  It just corrupts. People and their vanity always fall prey to it sooner or later.

Comment by Phoebe Macon on June 2, 2013 at 3:39pm

 

 

 



 

Comment by Phoebe Macon on June 2, 2013 at 3:38pm


OMAR BRADLEY FOR MAYOR "YOU GO OMAR"!! ("APACHE FOR LIFE")



Omar,

I wish you nothing but the best on becoming the Mayor of the City of Compton (again) on Tuesday, June 4h, 2013 in the Mayoral runoff election.



Omar: You are a Proud Compton Resident and You did so..... much for the betterment of the City of Compton when you were Mayor from 1993-2001 and I know that if elected you can do it again starting 2013 and beyond..




Citizens of Compton, Classmates and Alumni:



-We need a good, strong and intelligent Mayor like Omar Bradley (to fix Compton's budget problems).

-We need a good, strong and intelligent Mayor (to bring more jobs to the City of Compton).

-We need a good, strong and intelligent Mayor (to implement change and to get our outrageously high water bills down to fair prices).

-We need a good, strong and intelligent Mayor (to get the potholes in the streets fixed and taken care of so that they can stop tearing up our cars and knocking out our wheel alignments that have to be repaired).

-We need a good, strong and intelligent Mayor to have the strewn trash picked up around our City.


-We need a Leader like Omar Bradley who has the integrity and faith to lead our City and get us out of the $48 million dollar debt we are in that was accrued over many years under Mayor Perrodin's and the City Council's bad leadership.

-We need a truly dedicated Mayor (unlike the other Mayoral candidate). We need a Mayor who does not have to answer to outsiders such as the SEIU Unions, Labor Unions, and L. A. County officials voices telling him what to do, when to do, and how to run our City of Compton.

-We need a Mayor that does not need on-the-job-training right now because too much is at stake. We need a Mayor who knows want needs to be done so that he can put a team in place to start taking care of the business right away (A.S.A.P.).



We remember that all of these things were taken care of when Mayor Omar Bradley was previously Mayor in Office for The City of Compton (we were never in the red and we were never in deficit territory. We were always in the green and we always had a surplus of funds on hand throughout the City). Layoffs of Compton City workers were unheard of when Omar Bradley was in office. Under Mayor Eric Perrodin's leadership he let the City of Compton down. Mayor Eric Perrodin left the City of Compton in a complete shamble; but we have a Man like Omar Bradley who is up for the job and I know and I believe that if he is elected our Mayor of Compton again; that he will make sure that all of the City of Compton's problems/issues slowly but surely will be a thing of the past and that they will be taken care of once again in the near future.



Classmates: No Matter Who You Vote For: (Please Go Vote) and Please Keep the City of Compton in Prayer & May God Bless You All Always!!


TO GOD BE THE GLORY!!



Love and Blessings, Phoebe Macon







**CLASSMATES AND ALUMNI NO MATTER WHO YOU CHOOSE TO VOTE FOR ON TUESDAY, JUNE 4TH, PLEASE VOTE BECAUSE IT MATTERS (AND AS THE SAYING GOES, IF YOU DON'T VOTE, THEN DON'T COMPLAIN)!!**

Comment by Phoebe Macon on June 2, 2013 at 3:36pm

 

 



 

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