A reminder of how District Two serves District One

Here is the  County link to the expansion of the County Commission Referendum of 2006.

http://www.co.orange.nc.us/OCCLERKS/DistElectWeb.htm

The Question and Answer component NEVER addresses the fact that the most populace District will always control the Board due to their population advantage and thus ALL Board members pander to D1.  (perhaps to attain the HC benefits provided to County Reps… that district one rebelled against… when their Town Counsel tried to snare the same Health Care benefits for life…)
Actually this is not the part that is UN-constitutional to the NC Constitution…it is the disparity of representatives in a electi0n cycle. This year D1 has 3 choices, D2 has 2.
Standing and speaking to people waiting in line at Carrboro Early Voting,  no one thought this consolidation of power in one district was fair or equitable…and everyone was holding a blue democrat sample ballot. Many said they would vote for me. I asked them to do so, or abstain.
I ask ALL district One voters to do the same.

This is a sham of an election structure.
Here, Democrat Citizen Will agrees (from 2006)
http://citizenwill.org/2006/10/31/nov-1st-carey-citizenwill-and-the-2006-redistricting-referendum-in-hillsborough/

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3 Responses to “A reminder of how District Two serves District One”

  1. […] A reminder of how District Two serves District One. […]

    • Gee Mike…
      You cannot blame your large defeat on Chapel Hill.
      I blame the Commissioners (as do many Democrats( Bill Phasion spoke out as well)) who set up the structure. If you do not understand, please research it a bit more.
      District 2 is Northern Orange county and the people spoke
      Yes Mike you are partially right…but District two also has a component as large as district One directly west of District One. Hera again a bit of research will help.
      Also you decry Chapel Hill having influence on the county, but admit it is the largest population center.
      I decry their interference in another districts opportunity to select their representatives. Please research this.
      Next you will be complaining how California or Texas is too important compared to North Dakota!
      Non Sequitur Mike…

  2. You cannot blame your large defeat on Chapel Hill. District 2 is Northern Orange county and the people spoke. Also you decry Chapel Hill having influence on the county, but admit it is the largest population center. Next you will be complaining how California or Texas is too important compared to North Dakota!

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