Anderson for Mayor?

Word has it that Sheriff Frank Anderson is contemplating a run for Mayor.  The Sheriff just lost a battle to State Senator Jim Merritt and isn’t ready to hang up his cleats just yet. 

This could get interesting since Melina Kennedy has already locked up several key endorsements including  the unions.  It is unlikely they will pull support from her at this stage in the game.  Clearly Frank Anderson is going to have tremendous support from the black community.

What happens when these two key constituencies within the Democrat Party collide?


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9 Responses to Anderson for Mayor?

  1. Matt Stone says:

    Are these the same people who posted in blog comments that Vop Osili was running as well?

    I wouldn’t put too much stock into it. Kennedy has the race pretty much wrapped up ever since Brian Williams dropped out.

    • Lamour says:

      Paul,That may be true in your case but it also may be true that he saw the bigger puictre of your referrals.Plowman is going to be work, and it is becoming rapidly apparent that he has knowledge related to Durham. I don’t believe Voyles took him as charity work and we all know he didn’t take Durham as charity work.

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  2. Nope, this was a legit Democrat source. Still, Anderson would have to get things moving pretty quickly once we hit the New Year.

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  7. Sandra says:

    T too did not notice any African Americans ethier in AI’s photos or on the telivised newsclips. Unfortunately they were not spared by the taxman ethier and will have far more difficult time in making ends meet as a result. There are at least 3 black families on my street that will most likely not be able to afford to stay in their homes.It is sad that most of the new white residents in the “trendy neighborhoods” like Meridian Kessler and Butler Tarkington consider all neighborhoods outside of their own to be nothing but crime infested ghettos unworthy of attention. This is not the case nor has it ever been.The new landed gentry can afford to move out but Johnny Lunchbucket on the near eastside can’t afford to.BTW, the average tax increase on my street is 78% and all residents here but two are homeowners NOT rentors.All things considered on a percentage basis of land value and personal income it is the working poor that are hit the hardest on this tax increase. This same scenario happened in Detroit so are we really surprised?

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