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The silence is deafening! Is he intentionally trying not to take any position on issues?
I will not vote for anyone who leaves me unaware of where he stands on major issues for our school system!
Wow! Seriously!? Absolutely nothing to let the voters know where he stands on any issue? No thanks! A vote is too precious to waste on this candidate. Really disappointing!
Maybe if you paid his consultant fee, Cleveland might see fit to give you an answer?
I agree with other contributors, there is nothing positive that comes from this non communication as far as I can tell. Instead he leads folks to assume he (1) has positions which will not result in public support, (2) doesn't have a position or is fearful of expressing those positions, (3) he's arrogant.Sorry Dr. C., bad strategy in my book.
According to the report Cleveland filed with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance, he received an in-kind donation from Carter G. Woodson Dean of Students Ros Akins. Isn't that prohibited by law because she works for the Fayette County school district?
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