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Lawrence, MA

#1 Apr 3, 2013
Tell everyone you know to vote for Mike. Let's run this town together with our new mayor instead of being in the dark letting some dishonest guy run it by himself!
What

United States

#2 Apr 3, 2013
Vote for Mike wrote:
Tell everyone you know to vote for Mike. Let's run this town together with our new mayor instead of being in the dark letting some dishonest guy run it by himself!
Good try but Mike himself said he would have to lean on Mr Doyle after he said that its clear to me Vote Doyle.
4 info

Woodridge, IL

#3 Apr 3, 2013
Mike does have a brain. Even if he asked advice of Doyle he would still have the final say. Like I said he does not have a corruption or bully record.
Haha

Lawrence, MA

#4 Apr 3, 2013
That's a lie! Just because you keep saying something doesn't make it true.
Haha

Lawrence, MA

#5 Apr 3, 2013
Just because Mike said he would refer to one of his trustees for an opinion, doesn't give you a reason to bash him. Isn't that what the mayor is supposed to do? Refer to the trustees and ask for advice to make educated decisions? You cronies will say anything you can to try to make people look bad.
Manhattan Voter

Lawrence, MA

#6 Apr 3, 2013
Everyone that I know already is voting for Mike! Thank God!! I really hope that after years of living here, I finally get to see the change that I have been waiting for. I don't want to see the town turn into Orland but I want to see community unity and some more businesses, more rooftops etc.
Voter

Manhattan, IL

#7 Apr 3, 2013
Manhattan Voter wrote:
Everyone that I know already is voting for Mike! Thank God!! I really hope that after years of living here, I finally get to see the change that I have been waiting for. I don't want to see the town turn into Orland but I want to see community unity and some more businesses, more rooftops etc.
I'll agree with more buisness and roof tops.All new staff and Administration. Maybe this town will grow better.Lets go,get out and Vote. Lets make a change
Made in Manhattan

Naperville, IL

#8 Apr 3, 2013
Manhattan Voter wrote:
Everyone that I know already is voting for Mike! Thank God!! I really hope that after years of living here, I finally get to see the change that I have been waiting for. I don't want to see the town turn into Orland but I want to see community unity and some more businesses, more rooftops etc.
I would like it if this town grew into an Orland Park before the mall was built. That was in 1977. 36 years ago. Manhattan has been around over 125 years and it still isn't 1976 Orland Park. That's how behind Manhattan is. And you want to hire a guy with no experience and no connections to run the place. Damn that would be stupid. And on top of it all, that rookie wants to lean on a local yokal for advice? Advice to do what, go backward far enough to uninvent the wheel? Christ, would that be stupid. Ditch Doyle for god's sake and don't elect a muppet for mayor.
4 info

Woodridge, IL

#9 Apr 3, 2013
Yeah, that's right vote for Mike!
Made in Manhattan

Naperville, IL

#10 Apr 3, 2013
4 info wrote:
Yeah, that's right vote for Mike!
For those that are clueless, 4 info is being as sarcastic as possible. Do not vote for Mike A. as he does not know what to do and proof of that is his desire to turn to Doyle for advice. I wouldn't ask Doyle for directions, let alone advice.
4 info

Woodridge, IL

#11 Apr 3, 2013
Mike is the best candidate.If you like Orland Park then
move. Go to meetings and actually see what these people are like. Actually, I have not seen any business's stay or come here with Borgo in office.
Made in Manhattan

Naperville, IL

#12 Apr 3, 2013
I wouldn't vote for Mike A. if he somehow made sure I got free water and sewer. You know, advice from a certain someone he wants to go to on how to do things. I would rather pay the freight and fly straight.
4 info

Woodridge, IL

#13 Apr 3, 2013
He does not have to take that advice. I don't think Gibson has given the right advice to Borgo. In fact Borgo cant' do a full meeting without looking to Gibson to see if he did right. When he needs to know what is going on he looks to Gibson.
BRUCIE

United States

#14 Apr 3, 2013
Made in Manhattan wrote:
I wouldn't vote for Mike A. if he somehow made sure I got free water and sewer. You know, advice from a certain someone he wants to go to on how to do things. I would rather pay the freight and fly straight.
Oh my, I say your GAY!! I've been looking for a lover that can handle my freight. Where can we meet? Even if your borgo's hair dresser, i'm still interested.''LOVE'S& HUG'S''.
KVon

Manhattan, IL

#15 Apr 3, 2013
Made in Manhattan wrote:
I wouldn't vote for Mike A. if he somehow made sure I got free water and sewer. You know, advice from a certain someone he wants to go to on how to do things. I would rather pay the freight and fly straight.
no you can't touch me there freak!
SORRRY

United States

#16 Apr 3, 2013
4 info wrote:
Mike is the best candidate.If you like Orland Park then
move. Go to meetings and actually see what these people are like. Actually, I have not seen any business's stay or come here with Borgo in office.
True Mike is a nice guy ,but MIKE WILL NOT WIN SORRY.
firsttimevoter

Riverside, IL

#17 Apr 3, 2013
I am split. Doyle is a nice guy and is no dummy but I do like the idea of new blood for mayor.
4 info

Woodridge, IL

#18 Apr 3, 2013
I think Doyle had his chance. Why not someone new? I am sure he will do some house cleaning.
Made in Manhattan

Chicago, IL

#19 Apr 3, 2013
Nice guys finish last. Because they are so busy being nice there is no time to learn and implement. No Mike, No James. Nice won't lower the tax burden, nice won't improve the downtown. And while I'm referencing the downtown, most of the ideas being floated around by the Village staff, such as a TIF district, were the original ideas of that Gray guy in 2009. It was right in his campaign materials. Why doesn't someone bring him aboard? He seems like he knows what to do. Doyle can't and Andrieansean will never. It's so upsidedown and insideout.
4 info

Woodridge, IL

#20 Apr 3, 2013
A lot can be done one step at a time. Get rid of the high salaries and this will leave some money for other
things that are needed. Mike did say he wants to get rid of the utility taxes. Borgo said he lowered the property taxes, but that only helped him because he owns apartment buildings, the tennants pay the utility's.

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