The election in fall of 2014 is spoken of as a Wave Election. If you want to learn about Wave Elections you might find it informative to read the attached link.
This link takes you to a speech delivered on December 5, 2014 at Hillsdale College's Alan P. Kirby, Jr Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D. C.
Bill Meyers always puts his foot in his mouth.
Today's Daily News has a letter to the editor from Bill and it is interesting in the context of Bill's election history. He wrote the following...... Albert Einstein was quoted as saying, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” The same could be said for the continuing re-election of county supervisors.
One can deduct that not re-electing Bill was a sign of "sanity". Precisely why Richfield residents did the right thing and elected Don Kriefall.
Bill's letter should prove to all voters in the 24th County District that Don Kriefall was the better candidate and be thankful he was elected.
Click "Read More" to read the letter.
The state and federal elections are now in the past and we now have a one month breather before we get involved in local elections. December 1 begins the timeframe when candidates for village board can obtain signatures to support their candidacy.
In April 2015 you will see 3 Village of Richfield offices open for election, Village President and 2 Village Trustees. While everyone has the right to be a candidate Richfield Today hopes the 2015 election will be a positive election. Anyone who has lived in Richfield for the past 10 or more years knows what that means.
Richfield Today hopes the current office holders will again be candidates for their current positions.
John Jeffords - Village President
Rock Brandner - Village Trustee
Sandy Voss - Villge Trustee
RT Blog will let you know the latest happenings around Richfield.