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Connect the Dots  
Floresville  
May 30, 2012 7:53am
 
And,incidentally, your analysis of the Sheriff's race is goofy. About 3300 people in Wilson County voted in the Republican primary, compared to about 650 in the democratic primary. The Burchell/ Tackitt race is going to be interesting, for sure; but that deosn't mean that Burchell is a shoe-in. Sounds like you have a problem with local law enforcement. How many of your relatives have been busted lately? And is the fact that the WCN is reporting on the busts your driving factor in trying (in vain) to discredit the writers?

The only person who should be paying attention to those numbers is your ridiculous cousin, littled. Less than 20% of the voters are democrats- and most of them are irritated with the city hall shenanigans. This means that your primo cannot possibly win a partisan race, although he seems dead set on trying. The very fact that you mention the County Judge's seat tells us that he's talked to you about it as well. FYI-he cannot win the County Judge's seat. Even if Marvin retires, he cannot win the seat. He has no support here, with the exception of Gomez and Castillo- and only about 1/2 of your/his family because he's managed to alientate them as well. Please ensure you get that memo into the spiral, ok?

Oh, and bless your heart...
     
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