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WHY DO POLITICAL CANDIDATES HIDE FACTS ABOUT THEMSELVES?

 

 

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Too often, political candidates conceal from voters where they really stand on issues or facts about themselves that may impact on whether or not we will for them.

 

Issues like abortion, gay rights and more were asked of many of the candidates and especially in the ward 3 race and Mary Cheh lied to voters big time.

 

In this year’s primary, Mary Cheh was the most deceptive candidate running.

 

There is no doubt that Democratic ward 3 candidate Mary Cheh lied to her supporters early on, on matters about her stance on Smart Growth and concealed other matters until after the primary win.

 

As a possible political candidate, you could be a member of almost any organization that champions a cause: E.G. AARP, American Cancer Society or hundreds of others but Mary Cheh prior to her primary win made no mention of her involvement and/or membership that related to any gay, lesbian, bi-sexual or transgender organization whereby she came out of the closet after September 12, 2006, and created a whole new page to her website that would suggest that she is a latent homo/bi-sexual or one of her children is because why would any parent be a long time member of Parents and Friends of Lesbian and Gays (PFLAG) but no other homosexual organization?

 

Mary Cheh is just one of six political candidates who have hidden facts about themselves from voters which would have an impact on how they will vote when such issues come up before the DC City Council. Voters had a right to know!!!!

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