Trying to win at any cost
Posted in the Pandora Forum
#1 Feb 13, 2016
In his opposition to Putnam County Republican Sheriff candidate Brian Siefker’s political contributions, James Karcher fails to mention that he is a Democrat, serving on the Columbus Grove City Council. Karcher is the boss of Nick Gilgenbauh. Nick Gilgenbach is the Republican candidate running against n Siefker in the March primary.
Karcher is not the first Columbus Grove official to write letters concerning Republican candidates. Columbus Grove Mayor, Ken Wright (an Independent) wrote letters to many local papers supporting Candidate Mike Lammers and opposing Republican Commissioner, Travis Jerwers.
Wright and Karcher are not Republican’s yet they are telling Republicans how to vote. Why?
Candidates Gilgenbach and Lammers do not meet the standards of the Putnam County Republican Party. Because of that, they need to reach out to non-Republicans to do their campaigning and letter writing. Don’t forget Lammers was an independent candidate four years ago.
Putnam County Republicans are smart; they will not vote for candidates such as Gilgenbach and Lammers, who along with other Putnam County backstabbers, try to discredit the Republican Party and a fine, decent human being.
Trying to win at any cost can be costly.
Siefker has a huge Republican support system in Putnam County. He does not have media experts from Bowling Green, speech writers and lawyers to help with his campaign. He has local friends and family to help him.“That’s the Putnam County Way”.
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