TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! THERESA GARZA RUIZ CHALLENGER DENNIS ANTHONY STRIKES FIRST WITH KANSAS CITY 5TH DISTRICT AT-LARGE COUNCIL WEBSITE!!!
Kansas City election season has already arrived . . .
To wit . . .
CHECK OUT THE WEBSITE DEBUT OF THERESA GARZA RUIZ CHALLENGER DENNIS ANTHONY!!!
Mr. Anthony Seyz: "My initial campaign website for the 2015 City Council election (5th District At-Large) is up and running today. There is some introductory info, and I will be adding alot more to this site in coming months."
Quick intro to Mr. Anthony:
"I believe my years as a City Code Enforcement Officer prepared me for listening to the concerns of residents, working with others to find solutions and helping to solve problems both big and small. As a retired Navy Commander, I have learned the skills and disciplines necessary to cooperate and provide leadership to achieve success. As a Christian, I have a strong commitment to working toward the greater good while leading with humility and compassion. As a resident, I am actively involved in my local neighborhood association, faith community and other volunteer activities, and in so doing am in tune with the desires and needs of 5th District residents. As a husband, father and grandfather, I am always mindful that we need to fix Kansas City's problems today so that we can leave our children a stronger, healthier and functional community tomorrow."
A nice intro, we really like the clean design of the site and look forward to more content.
However . . .
- Remember that Theresa Garza Ruiz hasn't even declared and already she has all of the union money tied up.
- She shacked up with the Mayor Pro Tem so clearly she has an inside line on the current City Council
- Her name recognition may or may not make campaigning easy.
On the other hand . . . Garza Ruiz could be vulnerable to somebody without her political baggage.
Once again . . . Candidates without a vast network of contacts or union/PAC cash need to get out EARLY and Mr. Anthony is smart to do just that.
Developing . . .