Where is the money

Another tale of Edmonton horror done in the mayors office that you will probably only hear about here on this web site, as the media don’t care. . .and possibly because the nefarious Ray Danyluk. provincial minister of municipal affiars is involved. . .

The Scamdel of potmonton made it so the number of signatures needed on the form to stand up for election for mayor has QUADRUPLED!!!!!!!
the number of signatures needed to stand up for councilor has not changed. . . .
the number of signatures needed to stand up for eleciton as public school trustee has not changed. . . .
the number of signatures needed to stand up for election as catholic school trustee has not changed. . . .
No, it is only the number of signatures needed to stand up for election as Mayor that has changed. . . .

Yes the Scamdel of potmonton has made it so it is harder for his opposition in elections to run. It is now FOUR TIMES the amount of signatures needed compared to the last election. And it looks as if it took 3 long years to get Ray Danyluk the minister of municipal affairs and housing to approve the new forms, how undemocratic of Ray Danyluk the minsiter of municipal affairs and housing. Did Ray Danyluk just rubber stamp this?or did Ray Danyluk read the appropiate studies, if there is any, and read the committees report if there is any? And how , how did Ray Danyluk determine this was giving the edmonton voter more choice on the ballot?

It looks as if the Scamdel of potmonton figures a Scamdel is more equal than a provincial minister of municipal  affairs and housing. A minister of municipal affairs and housing only needs to collect 25 signatures to run provincally, and the deposit is half refunded!

In a majority of other towns and cities across Alberta, candidates for mayor need to collect. . . . only five signatures. . . .

How S A D and scamdelish that the current scamdel is making it harder for people to stand up for election as Mayor.

Was there a study done on this?

And how, how is this giving the overtaxed voter of Edmonton more choice on the ballot?

Was there a committee formed, and funded with tax payers dollars to determine this was the best way to give Edmonton voters more of a choice on the ballot? Or was is just an angry Scamdel that said “make it harder for people to stand up for election as mayor,” and the question of democratic choices on the ballot did not figue into the decision to quadruple the number of signatures required?

Vote Dave Dowling, because Dave DOwling asks the questions the fearful media people are too scared to ask. . .

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