From a QCOnline regarding an editorial board meeting with RICo Clerk Karen Kinney:
“[Karen Kinney’s] comments were particularly startling after she outlined for us how she had saved the county money by granting pay raises and promotions to a number of her employees to forestall grievances and lawsuits because workers were being made to do jobs outside of their classifications. She may well be right, but the expense will remain for many years.”
Bonus quote from a Kinney article by Eric Timmons:
“[Kinney] purged the voter rolls and says now she has a system in place to regularly take people off the rolls when they die or move away.”
That is a lie. Earlier this year I called her office to see if I was still on the voter rolls after being in Texas for three years, and they informed that I was. When I asked what needed to be done in order to remove my name from the rolls, I was told I would have to write a letter requesting it. They would not accept phone calls, emails or any other form than a written letter.
I only knew about this because of my interest in RICo politics—but what about the normal people who move away and just assume their names have been deleted?
The RICo Clerk DOES NOT have “a system in place to regularly take people off the rolls when they die or move away”—it’s the RICO Democrat Culture Of Culture, baby!
They can lie because they know they can get away with it since the local press will not check their claims.