TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! JACKSON COUNTY LEGISLATOR CRYSTAL WILLIAMS DRAWS LAST MINUTE CHALLENGER BOB STRINGFIELD!!!
It seems that Jackson County Legislator Crystal Williams won't be able to waltz back into office after a disappointing rookie term.
To wit . . .
CRYSTAL WILLIAMS WILL NOW FACE GOP CHALLENGER BOB STRINGFIELD IN A CONTEST THAT COULD BE SURPRISINGLY CLOSE!!!
Robert Stringfield, is a former at-large Jackson County legislator who gave County Executive Mike Sanders a surprising run for his money not so long ago.
To wit . . .
CHECK THESE TOP 5 REASONS THAT JACKSON COUNTY OPPOSITION FOR CRYSTAL WILLIAMS IS A BIG DEAL!!!
1. Crystal Will Have To Go Out There And Work - Her election is no longer a "gimmie" and if she doesn't raise money, her victory is no longer assured.
2. Bob Stringfield has a surprising list of Conservative Democratic supporters - Jackson County is Blue Dog Democrat Country. . . And that leads us to . . .
3. The Ultra-Liberal Feminist Stance Of Crystal Williams Could Become An Issue - Sure, running a man-hating agenda is great until that record is called out in public with the realization that a purely female vote hasn't influenced a local election in years.
4. Crystal Has Fewer Friends - More on this later but Crystal's style has alienated more than a few powerful people out there who may not vote GOP but certainly won't be helping her stay afloat.
5. What Has Crystal Accomplished??? Seriously, can somebody name one piece of legislation or initiative she has put forward in Jackson County? She promised a better budget link and info on the JaxCo site front page years ago and so far there's nothing close to more budget process info out there . . . You tell me.
For these reasons and so many more . . .
CAMPAIGN COMPETITION FILED ONLY 5 HOURS BEFORE THE DEADLINE WILL PROVE DEVASTATING FOR CRYSTAL WILLIAMS!!!
Just to be fair, at the outset of this race we want to remind her to focus on this issues facing the County instead of gossiping about TKC . . . And possibly spend more time looking for any accomplishments she has made to convince voters.
Developing . . .