Tag Archives: election 2013

Bellevue General Election Results!

Leadership in Bellevue has taken a dramatic and exciting turn as a result of last night’s historic elections. In the race for mayor, Paul Cusick ran away with the election leading with a strong 53% majority. Joe Scioscia competed hard but was unable to overcome Cusick. Jane Braunlich’s desperate attempt to overcome her devastating loss […]

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Why Vote on Tuesday? Reason #3

WATCHING VIDEO FOOTAGE OF COUNCIL MEETINGS GIVES YOU A ONE-UP ON VOTERS THAT DON’T WATCH THE VIDEOS.  You’re informed on the latest issues, informed on the way council members are voting, and informed on who’s voting for the things that you support and/or don’t support.  Video coverage forces accountability and transparency from our elected officials. […]

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Braunlich Campaigns = Bully Them Into Submission

Most of Bellevue has the intellectual capacity to realize that when it comes to local politics, it’s not ideological or even party differences that matter, it’s whether or not people can be trusted to work together towards the betterment of the community. If there’s one thing Liberty in Bellevue has demonstrated throughout our existence, it’s […]

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Despicable Local Media Coverage, by Tom Fodi

We all know national, corporate media is designed to cater to a particular audience. It’s no surprise when one tunes into the Fox News Channel to hear a lot of criticism of the left. MSNBC/CNN is only too happy to criticize the right because that’s what it’s designed to do. When compared to the admirable […]

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Election 2013: General Election is Nearly Upon Us!

It’s hard to believe, but the November General Election is less than a month away! On Tuesday, November 5, Bellevue voters will perform their civic duty in deciding once and for all who will lead our borough and school district for the next four years. In the interest of reminding all voters whom they will […]

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