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WARD THANKS SUPPORTERS AND CONGRATULATES CANDIDATES

Toledo, OH – The Primary Election results are in, and we now know who is advancing to the General Election.

Marge Brown comes in a distant 2nd. lol

Well it looks like the Mayor of Oregon Marge Brown is on her way out. Good. Her showing in yesterdays election shows that she just may be out of here. She came in a very distant 2nd. to Mike Seferian. Go Mike.

November 3rd. Vote for Mike Seferian. http://www.mikeseferian.com

Sorry Marge. Boo Whooo !!! Don't go away mad. Just go away.

Stephen Ward wants your vote

Kevin Milliken and Teamwork Toledo wants your vote

Marge Brown .com ? Mike Seferian.com ??

Mareg Brown . com and Mike Seferian .com

Both running for Oregon Mayor. Both have websites with interesting news.

http://www.margebrown.com and http://mikeseferian.com/

I think ill vote for Marvin. The third choice.

TOLEDO FREE PRESS - VOTE 'YES' ON ISSUE 1, VOTE 'NO' ON ISSUE 2

As Toledo City Councilman George Sarantou told Toledo Free Press Sept. 5, “We are in a fiscal emergency, and we would like permission from voters to use Capital Improvement Funds (CIP) for safety.”

We believe Toledo voters should give council that permission by voting “yes” on Issue 1 on Sept. 15.

We maintain great respect for councilman Tom Waniewski and councilwoman Lindsay Webb in their efforts to reduce government through passage of Issue 2, but we disagree with their stance.

TOLEDO CITY COUNCIL RACE - TOLEDO FREE PRESS

On the Sept. 15 ballot, voters will choose six of 23 candidates for Toledo City Council. The top 12 vote getters will move on to November’s ballot. If Issue 2 passes, that number will be reduced to six moving on to November’s ballot.

Some candidates declare a party; some do not. Toledo’s municipal elections are non-partisan; on the ballot, there will be no party affiliation noted.

Tom Waniewski's September '09 Newsletter

Automated Refuse Schedule to be Released
The city is on schedule to migrate to automated trash pick up by the end of 2009/beginning of 2010. However, I should know more about what areas of town will be implemented first. The schedule is being worked on and reviewed by the administration. Look for news to come out quite possibly in this month, I'm told.

DeVeaux Village Update

Bell, Wilkowski Enter The "Lair Of Rush Limbaugh" On Thursday

Mayoral candidates Mike Bell and Keith Wilkowski will be on with me in the morning for final interviews before the primary on next Tuesday. The "lair" line comes from young Ben Konop who on his first scary visit to WSPD uttered those immortal words.

The Toledo Journal Endorses Stephen Ward

Toledo, OH – With less than a week until the Primary Election, Independent City Council Candidate Stephen Ward receives an endorsement from the Toledo Journal. The Journal states, “As a minority candidate he would add to council's diversity, and his youth would bring some much needed new ideals in governing Toledo.”

Lindsay Webb Quarterly Report

Vote in the Primary for one Mayoral Candidate and six City Council At-Large Candidates … and

VOTE YES on ISSUE 2

Proposed Charter Amendment

Section 26 – The Council

Issue 2 reduces number of politicians & bureaucrats, and puts you first.

As the election nears, I continue to ask you to vote YES on Issue 2 to ratify this Charter Amendment regarding the size of Council.

Change or more of the same?

Excerpts from Webb’s guest column regarding Issue 2 appeared in the June 11, 2009 edition of the Toledo Free Press, and updates:

To The Right Of Attila The Hun, Collins And Moody On WSPD Wednesday

On Wednesday morning Mike Collins and Jim Moody join me for interviews about thier runs for Mayor. They had some tough words for each other in the Toledo Free Press debate earlier and we'll talk about that and some of the new things both are saying now that the election is just a week away.

Ward To Webb: Poor Not Pawns In Your Political Game

Toledo, OH – On (tomorrow) Monday, September 7 at 2:00 PM at the Kitchen For The Poor located at 650 Vance Street, Independent City Council Candidate Stephen Ward will expose the political game going on within City Council, and encourage voters not to be hoodwinked or bamboozled during this election.

Ward Challenges Council Candidates to Go Green - Updated

Statement and financial report added.
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Toledo, OH – The Primary Election is less than two weeks away, and most registered voters have an idea who they will choose at the polls. Today, Saturday, September 5 at 10:00 AM in front of One Government Center, Independent City Council Candidate Stephen Ward will challenge the other candidates running for Toledo City Council to “GO GREEN.”

How To Decide Who To Vote For

Does anyone have links to the candidate's website?

Right Wing Propogandist Talks With Joe McNamara-Neither Explodes

Joe McNamara joined me on the show today to push for the passage of Issue 1, a proposal the mayor originally supported.

TRASH FEE INCREASE DIDN'T PASS...BUT A FEW CANDIDATES RUNNING WANTED TO INCREASE THE FEE!

Toledo City Council elected not to increase the fee Toledoans pay for refuse collection by a vote of 6-5. Councilmen Joe McNamara, Wilma Brown, Phil Copeland, George Sarantou, and Steven Steel voted to increase the fee. Councilmen Tom Waniewski, Michael Collins, Lindsay Webb, Michael Ashford, Michael Craig, and Betty Shultz voted against the increase. Councilman Frank Solloszi was absent.

Ward Will Take Part In Their “Political Party” Series

Toledo, OH – On Wednesday, September 2nd from 7 PM – 9 PM, the Ottawa Tavern located at 1815 Adams St. continues their “Political Party” series. This event is designed to help Toledo voters become informed and meet the candidates in this upcoming municipal election, and on September 2nd voters will have the opportunity to meet Stephen Ward, an Independent Candidate for Toledo City Council At-Large.

McWade the Crime Dog!!!!

Wade, our County Treasurer, has now joined the forces against reducing the size of Toledo City Council. His editorial raises some interesting questions:

Teamwork Toledo to Hold Budget Press Conference

Teamwork Toledo to Hold Budget Press Conference
WHO: Teamwork Toledo Members

WHAT: Press Conference

WHEN: Sunday, August 30, 2009, noon

WHERE: One Government Center

WHY: City Budget Press Conference

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