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November 4 2014

Tidbits & 2014 opposition election postmortem for Orange County Florida Elections

Big Win for the Republicans and self admitted disaster for the Dems during the 2014 election, as  Mike Cantone (democrat political advocate) sez HERE in his I Like Mike post. (hat-tip Tom Tillison.)

Important to note among Mike’s prescient analysis is the admission that ‘Question C’ on the ballot was “pushed and financed by outside money!”

As I’ve been sayin’ – and make no mistake:

Orange County is Under Attack by outside influences awash in out-of-state financing to change the very things we love about Orange County for their personal gain! Like a ripe Orange perfect for the plucking.

Orange County Now

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 5, 2014

 

ORANGE COUNTY NOW THANKS VOTERS FOR STANDING
WITH US AT THE BALLOT BOX ON ISSUES WE SUPPORTED

On Tuesday, Orange County voters from both parties turned out to show that jobs and opportunity override government intrusion into the local marketplace, and that partisan politics are not consistent with good governance.

We thank these voters for standing in agreement with Orange County Now on all issues supported and opposed, with the exception of state Amendment 1. For more information, please visit our website – www.orangecountynow.org.

Voters passed Ballot Amendment Questions A and B to strengthen the county charter to guard against out-of-state interests who seek to manipulate the citizen petition process to advance a political agenda. In addition, Question D was also approved, which establishes term limits and nonpartisan constitutional offices. At the same time, voters rejected the partisanship that Question C would have ushered in.

While opponents of good governance issued celebratory pre-election press releases touting their accomplishments, Orange County Now remained focused on educating voters on the issues and what was at stake – and we’re pleased to see that voters chose to make informed decisions.

Orange County Now congratulates voters for their common sense approach, and we look forward to the next battle to bring good governance to our community.

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