TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! QUESTIONS CONFRONT PODHOLA AND JACKSON COUNTY POWER PLAYERS CRYSTAL WILLIAMS AND TOM WYRSCH AFTER DIVISIVE PRIMARY DEFEAT!!!
The aftermath of the primary election is not yet complete and there are still enough hard feeling to go around for everybody!!!
To wit . . .
JACKSON COUNTY INSIDERS REVEAL ONGOING QUESTIONS CONFRONTING A TRIO OF POLITICO WHO LOST BIG IN A DIVISIVE DEMOCRATIC FIGHT!!!
Here's just a sampling of the pointed interrogatories directed at this defeated triumvirate . . .
Did Jessica Podhola just ruin an otherwise promising career with a bully campaign that split unions across Missouri???
Turns out that Jess wasn't READY for prime time and mudslinging was her only skill . . . Moreover, she was quick to point out the financial talking points against her opponent seemingly without doing doing a public document search on herself . . . In the final analysis, Jess seemed mean, petty and unprepared for public office and that kind of public display is bound to hurt her chances to chase the spotlight down the road.
What has Crystal Williams accomplished on the Jackson County Legislature??? We're still waiting for an answer!!!
Crystal spent a great deal of time pushing her "girl power" slate that was largely rejected. In the meantime, we continue to challenge ANYONE to name one of her accomplishments other than campaigning.
Should Voters Feel Conflicted About The Political Activism Of Jackson County Compliance Director And Top Ranking Political Activist Tom Wyrsch???
To be fair, Tom's controversial politicking as OUTGOING executive committee chair of the Jackson County Democrats was justified by the fact that he was leaving his post. And I guess it's not big deal what Mr. Wyrsh does after work at the Courthouse as compliance office director . . . Still . . . The Jackson County Compliance Office answers to the Legislature in public meetings and remember that Crystal Williams is still Legislative Chair . . . The relationship is perfectly legal, honest and pure of heart, but it does raise more questions about politics and conflicts at the courthouse for locals who value the biz of the county far more than a Democratic slap fight . . .
You decide . . .