Friday, May 03, 2019
Commish Ann Murguia Fights Off Social Media Attacks From Challengers As Reelection Contest Already Heating Up
A group of upstart progressives is working diligently to oust UG Commish Ann Murguia amid a campaign that has already started a war of words via social media.
Here's are the highlights and political drama in the aftermath of her arrest that was never charged by KCK authorities.
This week Commish Murguia's opposition started pushing community conversation about her recent divorce given that she's no longer a member of the clan that includes a federal judge, a D.C. power player Latina leader and several prominent business people throughout the metro.
Also, somebody should probably tell her homie RJ to stop taking the online argument bait. It's cringe-y and isn't helping anybody. When online chatter is too embarrassing even for TKC -- The combatants probably need to take a moment of pause.
However, here's a far more interesting tidbit that deserves a mention . . .
ANN MURGUIA'S SON PLANS A TRIUMPHANT RETURN FROM KU IN ORDER TO JOIN HIS MOM'S CAMPAIGN TEAM AND HE JUST MIGHT SAVE HER POLITICAL CAREER!!!
Sorry, blogging hasn't killed all of my emotions and I actually think that's really sweet.
Here's why it's important . . .
If Thomas Murguia gets involved in the campaign that will likely take the Murguia clan out of it and curtail any potential opposition from this power player family. Whatever lingering animosity they might have for Ann doesn't apply to Thomas and they'll want to see him achieve success . . . Even if it comes by way of helping out his mom and her political fortunes.
That's not to say that this campaign can't get even nastier and her reelection is NOT assured. Ann Murguia's son joining the campaign team might fend off bad blood from the Murguia family but it won't garner any significant portion of their resources.
What we know for sure is that THIS TIME IT'S PERSONAL for her opponents and the deep pockets, political connections and experience that helped Ann Murguia achieve her position will no longer be at her disposal.
Developing . . .