Shelton calls tactics 'dirty,' state GOP says it's truth
Just days before voters cast ballots to determine Tupelo's next mayor, Democrat Jason Shelton has accused Republican Fred Pitts of running a campaign of "dirty, negative" politics.Read more
#1 Jun 1, 2013
Jason Shelton knew Pitts violated the law when Pitts on city time asked city employees to vote or him and tell their friends to vote for him also.
So we have a choice between a law breaker and one that allows laws to broken. None are good leaders that can be trusted.
#2 Jun 1, 2013
4000 people will go to the polls hold their noise and vote for either slime.
How about voting for none of the above?
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