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The FBI Search of John Wiley Price & Friends— Is this more evidence of the Super Massive Blue Hole* of Democrat Rule?
Today the FBI searched the office, home and vehicles of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price. The homes of both Dapheny Fain, Price’s longtime Executive Assistant, and Kathy Nealy, Price’s political consultant and supporter, were also searched. Nealy also was the chief political consultant for the southern sector of the campaign of Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, who incidentally was sworn into office today. Read more »
Monday morning, the home and office of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price was raided by the FBI. TexasGOPVote has covered John Wiley Price's egregious behavior in the past.
In February, John Wiley Price was thought to be involved with the forced resignation of Dallas County Administrator Bruce Sherbert. When citizens questioned Price, he responded: Read more »
The June 14th weekly Dallas County Commissioners’ Court public meeting yielded fewer fireworks than the previous week’s, but more troubling conduct by some of our Commissioners. Last week the Democrat-controlled DCCC, after three earlier public hearings and community/activist input that formed the basis of the only working map the public knew about, hoicked out of nowhere, and voted to pass, a “surprise” map that flipped the numbers of two districts, effectively eliminating the right of voters in the only clearly Republican-majority district to elect their Commissioner on the statutorily established four-year cycle.
The following letter was sent in from: Cecile Newberry-Fernandezi:
Amidst the turmoil in Egypt, the fracas in Wisconsin, and the constant budget battle in Washington DC, the ballad of Bruce Sherbet continues on in Dallas County.
Who is Bruce Sherbet and why should you care?
Until four weeks ago, and for twenty four years prior, Bruce Sherbet was the Elections Administrator for Dallas County. Democrats, Republicans, Tea Party, and independent voters with no party affiliation regarded Sherbet as fair,
All elected officials are expected to carry out their offices with honesty and integrity. If you cannot give an honest answer, the constituents of this county will perceive that you are hiding the truth. Everyone cares about corruption. Hispanics, Whites, Blacks, all races and ethnicities oppose corruption.
Former Dallas County Administrator "Bruce Sherbert said that he believes one reason he was forced out of office is that he “refused a request from powerful County Commissioner