Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Stop the Vote Count! Is There an Election Landslide Going On at Johnny Gemcoins' House?

Mod: This showed up in my electronic mail yesterday evening. Allegedly there has been a sudden population boom at disgraced former Arcadia Mayor John Wuo's domicile. This being Johnny Gemcoins Wuo, if you're into name-dropping.

Jennifer is his daughter, who is married and lives elsewhere. Jane Wuo is John’s wife. Jonathan is his son who is also seems to have moved out. His Facebook page indicates he now lives in Pasadena, not Arcadia. The other 2 are believed to be John Wuo’s parents who apparently don’t chill there with him, either. What this means is there are six votes total coming out of a house where only two people are living the empty nest lifestyle. Judging by the lawn sign outside, that means six votes for Roger Chandler.

One alert Arcadian picked up on this troubling voting anomaly and sent the following detailed e-mail to City Manager Dominic "Legal Lazer" Lazzaretto and City Clerk Lisa Mussenden.


Mod: It appears six votes were cast from a household of two. The count is as follows:


I can tell you one thing for certain. Not all of those votes are backed by amber mines.

The Sierra Madre Vote Count Betting Line

Every time an election rolls around a certain individual invariably leaves their detailed election prediction in the comments section of this blog. And he is usually pretty accurate.

So in the interest of filling up the remaining space on this page with something moderately interesting, here is how our comment section correspondent is calling today's Sierra Madre voting horserace. Check back this evening to see if he actually knew what he is talking about. And do remember, please bet responsibly.

Ballots returned through today indicate that turnout will be 10% lower than in 2016.

In 2016 3,000 people voted and this time we are on track for 2,700. Predicting that 1,200 absentee ballots will be counted tomorrow followed by 1,200 polling place votes followed by 300 or so absentee ballots counted next week that were mailed in tomorrow or turned in at the polls on election day.

Goss and Arizmendi are in a battle for first place (in 2014 Goss beat Arizmendi by 38 votes). Arizmendi will likely beat Goss this time around because the advantage he had in 2014 (he had name recognition from his failed run in 2012) is no longer a factor and Goss has been significantly out-mailed.

Bencosme needs to be beating Delmar by 75 votes when the absentee votes are reported sometime before 9 pm. Delmar will likely do better with poll voters than she will do with the absentee vote. If Bencosme loses the absentee vote he will lose the election.

Measure D will get only 23% of the vote and fail. Our long local nightmare will be over very soon.

Why Does Arcadia Andy Hate Commuters?

Mod: This was probably the weirdest postcard to go out this election. Because you commute to work you apparently are not to be trusted because of all the distractions. There must be a lot if untrustworthy people in town.

So a good reason for voting for Andy Bencosme is because he hangs around town day and night? What does he do with himself all that time, eat ice cream?


One other thing. Andy describes himself here on this postcard as being a "local businessman." What he actually does is run the local Century 21 real estate office downtown. Something that he never once cared to share with the voters. Why is that? Is he ashamed of what he does for a living?

Hopefully today the voters will send this latest carpetbagger candidate packing.

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181 comments:

  1. No distractions? Come on, Andy. Isn't all the money you received from out of town realtors a distraction? How soon will it be if elected before you start trying to minimize our zoning ordanances for the Arcadia MacMansions to spill over?

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    1. Andy sat around a table with his advisors smoking cigars and made a decision to hide the fact that he is a full- time real estate agent. He even lied on the ballot and said again "Businessman". What is he afraid of? Well he is afraid that the voters will find out and not vote for him. If you lie about small things you will lie about big things.

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    2. You do get the feeling that Andy is not a big transparency guy. The Library flip-flop was cruel and cynical.

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    3. What do you write on your resume Honest Abe? Foil hat visionary?
      Somehow In your book a realtor is not a businessman?
      witless troglodytes, the lot of you.

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    4. Andy fans are not very gifted at name calling. Kind of at the angry jr. high school level.

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    5. I remember The Troggs. They did that song "Wild Thing."

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    6. 2:22 - are you a wild thing?

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    7. In the game of semantics, Andy could be considered a businessman because he considers himself an executive (manager) of Cent.21. That’s if manager qualifies. Realtors sell property which is what he does, or manages people who do. If he’s a manager does that make him a broker? Does everyone there work under his brokers license? So many answers he could have supplied.

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  2. Sierra Madre, please vote today. This election is crucial. Keep big real estate money out of Sierra Madre by voting for the three incumbents, Arizmendi, Dslmar, and Goss.

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    1. The only question to be answered in the Sierra Madre election is whether Andy Bencosme managed to fool the voters. I guess with enough money in your campaign coffers, anything is possible.

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    2. Couldn't agree more, 7:26.
      We'll be glad when it's finished tonight.

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    3. My guess is overall Andy spent around $20,000 on his campaign. Most of that money has yet to be reported.

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    4. What was Andy investing in?

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    5. When I was at the poll today, a woman, youngish, came in and asked the ladies at the desk what Prop. D was all about. Wow! That’s Sierra Madre!

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    6. Stop judging! You got to give that young woman credit for asking. Most people just pretend that they know what they are doing and too embarrassed to ask.

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  3. Your first section of thoughts for today, Jonathan Wu and outside voting.
    President Donald J. Trump had it right, the voting system is rigged!
    Second section of thoughts for today.
    Sierra Madreans cannot be trusted.
    A lack of a business district in town has ment that most if not all residents MUST comutte to work so that the town can remain solvent.
    Local is local, good luck to all men and women that have thrown their hat into the political arena.
    Get out and vote today.

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    1. Yes, I hear that as soon as a 40,000 square foot industrial area is built behind Howie's both Lockheed Martin and CalTech will be moving to Sierra Madre.

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    2. 6:53 - John Wuo is a registered Republican.
      https://www.mylife.com/john-wuo/johnwuo

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    3. Isn't John Wuo also a registered Christian?

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    4. An you explain the relevance?

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    5. Meaning that a crook is a crook regardless of the uniform you are wearing

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    6. Agreed. So does Sho, a registered Christian. There is a rumor that he is also the under table of co-owner for a church located near Duarte and Santa Anita. This rumor is going around the bankers and realtors for months already.

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    7. Sho Tay denies that he owns a Chinese language newspaper behind the smear campaign. But most Chinese language reporters believe that to be true.

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    8. True. Most Chinese reporters of Chinese language media said that Sho Tay is owner or co-owner to that Chinese language newspaper in question. Hard to keep these things as secrets.

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  4. The amber vote is strong this year.

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    1. Amber Alert! Amber Alert! Please go to Arcadia City Hall after 6:30 PM with your full bucket of water, so you can put off any flying Amber that is coming out of the bus. Don't let Amber destroy our election. Be Happy :) , Vote Jolly!!!

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  5. Jonathan G Wuo, SCE engineer supervisor Possible address 52N. Sierra Bonita Ave. Unit 11 Bought 2010

    Son : Jeffery Genghao Wuo VP of Westfield (May not related with Westfield Mall) Company location 835 Market St. San Francisco
    Possible current address Northridge (?), Previous Address Porter Ranch 03/14-02/16, L.A. Ca 90031 05/07-01/16, L.A. Ca 90025 05/05-02/07, Lee Ave., Arcadia 06/05-02/09(? move in or just for election registration).
    Chin Ron Wuo (?95 yrs old)

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  6. Voter fraud in Arcadia. No surprise.

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    1. There really is a demand for a bilingual city hall in Arcadia.

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    2. 7:20 - please elaborate

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  7. A few things in Jose Andy Bencosme's campaign are well calculated ploys, and the omission of his real work is one of them.
    Another is his lie about keeping the library where it is.
    And a third is his wooing of parents of young children.

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    1. Right. And we still don't know where he got the $15,000 grand he spent on those 4 postcards.

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  8. What is the "long local nightmare" the will be over soon?

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    1. The Tea Party invasion in Sierra Madre. Both on the UUT and "property rights."

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    2. A Tea Party invasion would be the best thing for this clueless, liberal town that closely resembles Rock Ridge. Asphalt patched sidewalks, abundant weed growth, collapsing dwellings, and failing infrastructure would be the best arguments in favor of that theory.

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    3. How would you pay for it? Money from Russia?

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    5. Tea party is a joke. Koch brothers AstroTurf fools

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    6. The Tea Party can stick it up their collective *** !

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  9. It's open secret, everyone knows that we have wide spread voter frauds. Of course our US government tells us differently.

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    1. True. How else would Trump have gotten elected?

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    2. Hmmmm, perhaps by people waking up and the pendulum swinging massively in the opposite direction from the absolute worst president in the history of this nation who wanted to turn this country from the "land of opportunity" to the "land of handouts and freebies". Not to mention his insane spending that amounted to over $9 trillion, leaving our children with a level of debt that they will never be able to reduce. Any rebuttal to these arguments originates from pure ignorance.

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    3. 7:41,
      Then every US presidential election is rigged according to your thnking?
      I'm not registered to any political parties and have not participated in national US presidential election 20+ years.

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    4. from 7:37,
      I'm referring to generic wide spread voters frauds across all elections--Local, State, or Federal level, regardless of party affiliation. Stop preaching the superiority of your party, whatever that may be.


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    5. Huh. How about that.

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  10. If the info provided by the NOYB email turns out to be true, then John Wuo thinks that he is above the law and count on that his pals at city hall will look the other way (aka the culture of silence).

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    1. It is typical of the entire Harbicht-Chandler-Wuo operation. Incredibly arrogant and dishonest. And Wuo dig escape charges in the Gem Coins fraud case. Even though he was right there in the thick of it.

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    2. Dishonest, yes, but this wouldn't be the first household in which most people don't participate in politics - so the kids move out and don't register in their new addresses.

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    3. 7:54,
      Is it true that the LA County automatically stops sending absentee ballots to registered voters that have not voted for 2 consecutive elections?

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  11. It’s not too late, Arcadia. You have until 8pm to turn in your ballot to City Hall.

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    1. It will be interesting to see who is showing up this evening dropping off their ballots. Once Tay sees Chandler is losing when the TV broadcast starts at 7, watch out for the bus loads of Tay followers miraculously dropping of their ballots.

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    2. Good for TV drama, Superhero Tay at the last minute saves Chandler.

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    3. Sho could show up in a white volunteer cop car.

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  12. The only way to counter voter fraud is to beat Chandler by a landslide. Vote for Joyce Platt. Deliver your ballot to City hall by 8PM today.

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  13. Casting your ballot for attorneys running for Sierra Madre City Council was the cry of fear mongering in the past, now it is the profession of real estate that strikes fear in the hearts!

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    1. It is more about whose interests they represent.

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    2. I'm fine with lawyers, real estate agents, or any other profession. I'm not OK with someone running an issueless campaign to unset incumbents that have done a fine job.

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    3. I just do not like liars. Call me old-fashioned.

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  14. Take heed district 5 voters! If you are disgusted by Chandler's shenanigans. Vote for either Jolly Wu or Joyce Platt by hand deliver your ballots to city hall by the 8pm deadline tonight.

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  15. 6:56am. The town could use the business, better that than subterrian parking lot with potential stack and pack condos.

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  16. I don't have any animus toward Goss or Arizmendi, but I will find it so disappointing if Delmar has to eke out a win here. She's been one of the best and straight-talking council members we've had in Sierra Madre. Even if you set aside the real estate connections, Bencosme is running one of those newbie-ish campaigns we see from time to time where he just says he loves Sierra Madre. He's Noah Green without the Facebook nudes. This is a throwaway election: a junk ballot measure that the council intentionally held off to 2018 so voters wouldn't confuse it with the real UUT debate, and a candidate who is just floating his name out there and hoping something sticks. To lose Delmar, particularly in THIS election, would be pretty sad.

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    1. I agree 9:38. Delmar has been a great council member, but she's not a great campaigner. Typical politicians have no problem tooting their own horns.

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    2. Well said, 10:41. Delmar is not the typical politician. She's a resident with a sense of commitment to the community. Smart, too.

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    3. Delmar is not a politician. She is just a smart lady who wants to do the best she can for her community. She, of all those running, deserves to be re-elected.

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  17. As 30+ years resident in Arcadia, there's no secret that the residents in north Arcadia have the NIMBY mentality. Again and again the CC tried to dump lots of undesirable projects to the south part of Arcadia in the name of humanity (e.g., Habitat for Humanity housing). There's a reason why there's sudden surge of homeless people around Live Oak Avenue when they used to hang round at the Baldwin Ave/Duarte Road area and the Arcadia light-rail station on 1st Ave/Santa Clara St in Arcadia.

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    1. Maybe the city can do a few eminent domain moves on those empty McMansions and house the homeless there.

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    2. Stop being a D**k 10:06

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    3. I think 10:06 has a good point. Why the harsh reaction, 10:15?

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    4. I wonder what kind of reaction from 10:06 when his.her children or grand children marries an Asian.

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    5. What has that got to do with housing the homeless in unoccupied McMansions?

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    6. 10:17 - No doubt that 10:15 is being sarcastic but what is mcmansions have to do with homeless people issues? Which is a very serious problem that requires long-term permanent solution in greater LA.

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    7. Can't you tell that 10:06 is consumed by McMansions, developer conspiracies, backroom wheelings and dealings?

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    8. Unoccupied McMansions would be great housing for the homeless. And since so many of these things are empty, the homeless situation could be cleaned up right away. Eminent Domain, save the homeless!!

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    9. Okay 10:42 as long as the CC only applies eminent domain to south Arcadia.

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    10. The point of 9:56 is about NIMBY

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    11. 10:47 is definitely a NIMBY Arcadian

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    12. Anywhere there are McMansions that have been empty a year or more. I just sent an email to Governor Brown and State Senator Weiner about this. Maybe it is an idea whose time has come!

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    13. 10:56 - Aren't you being a little selective here. Why limited to McMansions? Shouldn't it apply to all unoccupied empty homes?

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    14. Smaller homes are rarely left empty. There are quite a few McMansions in Arcadia that look abandoned.

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    15. 11:18 that's very convenient. I'm just glad that you will not be my neighbor when there is a repeated Nazism-like political movement in the near future. Or maybe the future is already here.

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    16. omg, what have the parents done to this 10:56?

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    17. A lot of empty McMansions have become infested with rats and other vermin. So yes, this is a health concern as well.

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    18. 1:11 Got it, I guess the McMansions scare the bejesus out of you. What about the unkept swimming pools around Arcadia? Don't they attract mosquitos infected with West Nile virus. Maybe you should request a budget for the Arcadia Health Czar and you should apply for it.

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    19. Why are they empty? Arcadia Realtors are not skilled enough to sell them properly?

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    20. 1:11 should run for Arcadia CC--solving homelessness and health concerns as his platform

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    21. Maybe it is the owners' vacation homes?

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    22. Don't be quick to jump to conclusion. I thought the big house behind my lot was empty for years. Actually a very shy old Caucasian woman lives there.

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    23. They're empty because they're way overpriced and butt ugly.

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    24. Bunch of self-appointed fashion police control freaks!

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  18. Our household voted for President Trump.

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    1. He didn't win in Sierra Madre, either.

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    2. Possible riot alert!

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    3. Are the hairs on Trump's butt yellow?

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    4. There are a few of us out there 9:56.

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    5. Definatly “out there” . He is a pathetic POS President. He didn’t drain the swamp, he turned it into a cesspool.

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    6. Thankfully, 4:12 - maybe you guys should form a support group or something.

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  19. The real UUT debate?
    The throw away election is directly connected to the throwing away of the Sunset Clause, there is no confusion. That lack of transparency for residents and accountability of how taxes are spent, really is pretty sad.

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  20. 10:05am. As far as our family is concerned, he earned our vote and our family resides in Sierra Madre, epic fail on your fake outrage.

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    1. Watch out...the idiots are on their way...

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  21. My biggest question for Sierra Madre voters is when did telling the truth about a candidate become something so negative that it had to be avoided?
    There's gossip downtown about a flyer that slanders a candidate, and if it's the flyer we've seen on the Tattler, there is no slander involved, not one false word.
    It is an accurate reporting of contributors. What is the offense?

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    1. How does this flyer slander a candidate? I have seen the one you are talking about and it appears quite truthful to me. Are you sure you aren't upset because it effectively nails your candidate?

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    2. 11:47, it would be hard to misunderstand my comment more than you have. Want to try re-reading it?

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    3. Andy will say anything at this point. I think he can sense the community turning away from him.

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    4. You think, 12:07? I sure hope you're right. For such a blatant carpet bagger to win would be a very bad sign for the future.

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  22. As long as Southern California is under a drought watch, the CC's of Arcadia and Sierra Madre basially are seat warmers.

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    1. I disagree about both cities. It's the policies that are put in place or clarified when the heat is not so intense that will see them through the upcoming fights. And there will be fights. Remember that developers in California are desperate for land.

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  23. Just voted. Will see what the vote count will be today, I've heard there are about 300 votes in at the Methodist Church today.

    Does anyone know if the count at 8 tonight will be open to the public, and where one can monitor it?

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    1. Yes. City Council Chamber.

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    2. Shouldn't somebody call the police. Are you sure the people are not held against their will at the Methodist Church?

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    3. Polls close at 8 pm. The ballots will probably arrive at City Hall around 9 pm. The absentee ballots will be opens after the polls close.

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    4. Are you saying all mail in ballots are kept at the post office then delivered tonight by 9? Sounds like something is fishy.

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    5. Nope, the mail in ballots have been at City Hall. Under the watch of the assistant city clerk.

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    6. Also on-line at City of Arcadia website and also on City TV, channel 3

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  24. At least all the yard signs can go out in tomorrow's trash.

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  25. Make Sierra Madre great again, vote Andy!

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    1. Sierra Madre is already great. Sorry you didn't notice.

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    2. Must be his wife.

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    3. You mean Jose the real estate agent whose money comes from out of town real estate companies? That guy?

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    4. So what does Jose plan on changing? No idea what the real estate guy stands for. Oh I know....shorter commutes for everyone and a library at each end of the city. Shorter commutes for all 10 people when they go to the library.

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  26. Key to spotting crooks in politics, follow the money! Just as donald j trump wanted number 1 crook.

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    1. or follow his little brotherrr...

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  27. I am wondering what is the respond from Arcadia city manager Dominic regarding to the Wuo family's votes? Anyone call him up yet? Don't let him sitting inside his air conditioning room, sipping his cup of coffee and planning how to rsise your sale tax to fund him and his big happy family's(entire city employees)pensions.

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  28. 2:58pm. LOCK HER UP! LOCK HER UP!

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  29. Plus the 10 Arcadia govt officials that get $600 per month ‘car allowance’. Pathetic eh ?

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  30. 4 years ago the absentee vote was:

    Republican 44%
    Democrat 39%
    Other 17%

    2 years ago the absentee vote was:

    Republican 40%
    Democrat 40%
    Other 20%

    As of election day, here is the breakdown of returned absentee ballots returned so far:

    Republican 36%
    Democrat 44%
    Other 20%

    So Republicans have gone from a 5 point advantage to an 8 point disadvantage in 4 years, a swing of 13 points.

    Why? The Republican Party is dissolving way. But it's also fun to blame the Tea Party for activating a Blue Wave of people voting No on Measure D.

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  31. Dominic is one slippery suspect. Way too silent.

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  32. Regarding the disgraced former Arcadia mayor Wuo, image what his kids think? Yeah, my dad got busted had to resign from being on a small city council. What a great lesson from ol dad, eh? Whoa.
    Loved those days of David Arvizu sticking it to Woo, especially when he brought in the monitor and played the you tube video of Wuo promoting himself and Gem coin.

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    1. Too bad there weren't any videos made of Mayor Gem Coins answering questions from the FBI.

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    2. I don't think John Wuo's going to loose any sleep over this.

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    3. Fake News:
      John Wuo resigned from CC b/c of health and family concerns. That's the "official" explanation.

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    4. It was an overexposure to amber.

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  33. He likely balled like a baby to those FBI agents.

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  34. I'm glad you guys got to the bottom of this. You know, using that amazing verified address finder on Facebook. I've never known anyone to use fake names or addresses on there. (I hope you felt the sarcasm there.) More stunning criminal journalism spewing from the Tattler.

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    1. Every crook needs an apologist. Johnny Gem Coins has 5:33.

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    2. 5:33 - Don't you think that if both Jonathan Wuo and Jennifer Wuo Aoki, who are now both married, were truly living with their dad still, their spouses would be living with them and voting there, too?

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      Please tell Mr Wuo stop unleashing his dog and poop all over other neighbors yards. That's not very neighborly.

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  35. 4:01pm. Just how much has George Soros paid you to act the fool?

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    1. Oh look. An alt cliche'.

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    2. You need to consider that lots of believers don't get pay to spread their believes, like 99% of the peoples comments on this or similar social platforms.

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    3. Nobody at the Tattler gets paid. See any ads around here? 5:36 is a bonehead.

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    4. No one cares about George Soros

      Really... he’s troll bait

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  36. Anybody know where election returns are posted?

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    1. 7:04, here is a link to the Arcadia election results, available around 8:30.
      https://www.arcadiaca.gov/government/city-departments/city-clerk/elections/2018-elections/semi-official-results
      Can't find anything like that for Sierra Madre.

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  37. MAGA!

    My
    Attorney
    Got
    Arrested

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    1. 7:21-Thanks for the belly laugh.

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  38. Early returns Beck over Bulldozer 982 to 875.

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    1. Congratulations Arcadia!

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  40. Bye bye Bulldozer!

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  41. Results are in. Measure D passed!

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    1. What?! WHAT?

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    2. Please post more results?

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    3. Did Arcadia Andy win?

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    4. City of Sierra Madre site is being quite mysterious. Transparency is a myth.

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  42. Looks like the Pimp Tay managed to get Chandler elected

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    1. At least he'll have to contend with Beck. Is the Arcadia council now a majority that cares about preservation? 3 to 2?

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    2. If things hold nothing changes.

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    3. The problem is that both Amundsen and Beck whimp out occasionally and vote with the mansion idiots.

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    4. It's call compromise. That's what people do in the real world, in business and personal relationship.

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  43. I believe they wait 3 days for ballots to come in that must be postmarked by 4/10. There remains some hope that Platt can still win.
    Chandler 704
    Platt 659

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    1. I did an election prediction for district 5 prior to the actual election results:

      Original Assumptions:
      1. Majority White voters will vote for a White candidate (50/50 split between Chandler and Platt.
      2. Majority Chinese Asians will split 50/50 vote for Chandler and Wu
      (Chinese mainlanders will vote for Chandler; Chinese from Taiwan will vote for Wu)
      3. There's a 3 to 1 ratio between White registered voters over Asian registered voters.

      My predictions based on these original assumptions:
      1. Chandler and Platt will have a tight race
      2. Wu will be running third place

      Actual preliminary election results:
      Chandler (43%)
      Platt (41%)
      Wu (16%)

      Summary:
      Chandler needed the Chinese mainlander voters to beat Platt. As such, without Sho Tay's help, he would lose to Platt because Chandler got less than half of the White voters




      Prediction:
      Roger will get 50% of white vote and 50% of Asian votes. A majority of


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  44. Is it just me or are the Arcadia numbers incredibly low?

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  45. They’re low thanks to stupid districts versus city wide election.

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  46. Channel 3 has it that Measure D failed. 200 to 800 there abouts.

    The incumbents also won, Delmar with the fewest votes but with about 200 more than Andy.

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  47. The above numbers are vote by mail only, actually.

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    1. Absentee in for Sierra Madre. Andy's absentee vote is very low. He is doing bad.

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    2. Thank Heavens.

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    3. Arcadia is only vote by mail. No polling stations.

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    4. Andy has more than 450 people fooled. That's too many.

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  48. Measure D lost by 82%.

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    1. I bet the council members are relieved to see that.

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    1. Have you got some numbers?

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  50. I don't remember the Sierra Madre count taking so long. Did the machines break down?

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  51. All the votes are in, Andy got crushed, and has now conceded.

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    1. And Measure D went down in flames.

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    2. Is that the Measure "A" that's up on the city Facebook page?

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  52. Didn't John Wuo endorse Tom Beck?

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    1. Woopdee Wuo had a Chandler sign in his yard.

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