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Deborah Pauly Abandoning Supervisorial Race?

Posted by HBK on February 24, 2012

Deborah PaulyOne of the most telling signs that Deborah Pauly is bending under pressure to Todd Spitzer’s steamroller of a campaign can be found in the candidate filing log from the Registrar of Voters.  You can see the financial numbers from this race in this post by one of my colleagues on this blog.

Yesterday, Pauly filed all of her candidate filing paperwork for Central Committee in the 68th District, including her Ballot Designation Worksheet and her Declaration of Candidacy form.  (She is using “Councilwoman, City of Villa Park” as her ballot designation, by the way.)

In the 3rd Supervisorial District race, she has pulled neither the Ballot Designation Worksheet nor her Declaration of Candidacy form.  Why didn’t she at least pull those papers while at the Registrar of Voters when she filed those two forms for Central Committee?

Considering both forms are quite brief, why didn’t she file them for both offices?  Furthermore, shouldn’t a candidate for two offices file for the race that’s their top priority first?  Like Pauly, Spitzer is also running for both Supervisor and Central Committee, but Spitzer has filed all of his candidate filing paperwork for Supervisor.

It’s becoming clear Deborah Pauly is not long for this supervisorial race.

One Response to “Deborah Pauly Abandoning Supervisorial Race?”

  1. […] two weeks ago, I posted here that Deborah Pauly had pulled neither the Ballot Designation Worksheet nor her Declaration of […]

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