TR’s City Commission Seat 5 Election Guide

TR’s City Commission Seat 5 Election Guide

The race for city commission seat 5 features four candidates. Listed below is a table that provides information on work experience, endorsements, straw poll results, public office experience, and campaign contributions for each candidate. There is a guide to the abbreviations at the bottom of the table.

TR has written articles about Bob Lotane, and Dianne Williams-Cox. Additional information on Henry Adelusi can be found here.

Also, an interview of Howard Kessler on Real Talk 93.3’s Above the Fold show can be found here. The archived recording is dated August 2, 2018 and the interview begins at 20:00.

Aggregated campaign contributions for the seat 3 race can be viewed here.

Detailed campaign contribution information for each candidate can be reviewed by visiting these links: Henry Adelusi, Howard Kessler, Robert Lotane, and Dianne Williams-Cox.

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Current/Recent Work Experience: This information was taken from questionnaire documents completed by candidates. If there was a question, candidates were contacted directly.

Endorsements: The endorsements included in the charts were from the Tallahassee Board of Realtors (TBR), the police union (PBA) and the firefighter union (FF). These organizations traditionally hold private interviews with candidates before deciding whom to endorse.

Straw Poll Results: The rank finish of each candidate in the Network of Entrepreneurs & Advocates (NEBA) and the Capital Tiger Bay (TB) straw polls were included. The Capital Tiger Bay did not hold a straw poll for Leon County District 3 candidates.

Previous Elected Office: A YES indicates the candidate has previously held elected office.

Campaign Donations: Campaign donations were taken from the Leon County Supervisor of Elections website as of August 21, 2018.

5 Responses to "TR’s City Commission Seat 5 Election Guide"

  1. Lotane had to resign from his state position due to an ethics scandal he caused. So much for prioritizing ethics.

    1. I took my endorsements very seriously. Part of my criteria for my endorsement was that my endorsements have already contributed greatly and in many ways to the community and Humanity for reasons other than campaign contributions by Insiders and special interests. Which is the most prevalent problem at the present. Tallahassee voters could end the corruption in one day with voting for the best candidates that aren’t tied to special interess. You are not just voting out special interests you are voting in people who will hit the ground running focused and working for you and not their special interests. Everyone has a right to their opinion, but I would prefer that you give details on why you feel that way rather than name calling.

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