THE PROPER MIX ?
GOVERNMENT AS GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT RUN AS A BUSINESS
One of the more interesting elective offices on the Stark County political landscape is that of Stark County commissioner.
The most compelling of the two commissioner seats up for grabs in this election cycle is the one to fill the commissioner spot vacated by Tom Bernabei when he became mayor of Canton on January 1, 2016.
On Wednesday, February 17th, The Stark County Political Report sat down with the two Republican candidates in the contest and peppered them with questions designed to assist Republican primary voters in deciding whom to vote for in the upcoming in less than 30 days primary election of March 15, 2016.
Early voting is already underway.
As a SCPR sidenote, The Report URGES readers to avail themselves of an opportunity to meet with candidates Mungo and Smith together with all other Stark County political subdivision candidates for office in the Republican and Democratic primary elections and, of course, in the November general election by attending a Canton area League of Women Voters candidates forum (LINK) to be held at Downtown Campus (formerly Timken Senior High School) of the newly restructured McKinley Senior High School on Thursday, March 10, 2016, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
In this particular series, The Report will be publishing in digestible bites the nearly one and one-half hour videotaped interview of February 17th of Republican commissioner candidates Mungo and Smith.
Today's blog focuses on the candidates and their views on the most helpful to ordinary citizens way to structure government.
Here are links to prior blogs in this series:
- Candidates' narrative on their backgrounds, Friday February 19th, (LINK),
- Candidates on values/experience, Tuesday, February 23rd (LINK)
First, candidate Mungo's self-published background:
Next up, candidate Smith's self-published background:
LINKS TO CANDIDATES' SOCIAL MEDIA/WEBSITE
Candidate Dave Mungo
VOLUME 3: PROPER MIX OF GOV'T/BUSINESS PRINCIPLES