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There is only one qualified candidate in the tax assessor-collector’s race and she will get my vote.
Thank you, Marjorie King, for bringing integrity back to the office. Does Mr. Lippincott think the voters have forgotten about his lawsuit?
He demanded to know who his employees voted for and when they wouldn’t tell him, they were fired. Don’t we still live in America?
Two of the employees sued him for 1.5 million dollars. The Hardy lawsuit was dismissed but he was found guilty of violating the other employee’s First Amendment rights.
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The case settled out of court for an undisclosed amount of money. There were over two years of attorney fees, court costs and the settlement amount. The taxpayers paid the bill.
Mr. Lippincott ran for county clerk and lost. His wife ran for county treasurer and lost and then ran for JP #2 and lost. Do they just want on the county payroll?
You had your chance, Larry and blew it. No, thanks. We have had enough of you.
- Brandon Moon, Weatherford