Raymond Pierce

Kevin Kelley should be begging Clevelanders for forgiveness and mercy instead of asking for their trust as mayor

Behind the smiling faces, suits and masks are individual elected officials who have voted for emergency ordinances in violation of state and local laws they have never read. Every violated law is one they were administered an oath of office to obey. They don't know our federal and state constitutions. They don't know the federal, state and local laws associated with the duties of their public offices.

CLEVELAND, OH – Kevin Kelley’s mother served as his campaign treasurer when he campaigned for city council in 2017.  She failed to deliver his campaign finance reports within the manner prescribed by Section 3517.10 of the Ohio Revised Code and was not prosecuted like Mitchell Paul was in 1986 by late Prosecuting Attorney John T. Corrigan.  Judge Robert Feighan sentenced Paul for filing after 45 days after a general election instead of 38 and he paid a fine.  That’s how Section 3517.10 is enforced in all 87 counties but Cuyahoga. Section 3517.11(d) of the Ohio Revised Code prevented Kelley from…

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Justin Bibb is the latest curve graded endorsement for Plain Dealer editorial pages director Elizabeth Sullivan and team; and it’s past time for her to resign

CLEVELAND, OH – The Plain Dealer’s “King and Queen-making” publishers, editors and writers need to get out of the candidate endorsement game.  They’ve been curve graded poor at it.  Name an indicted and convicted elected official and behind them is a curve graded Plain Dealer endorsement. Not only have their endorsed candidates been criminally inclined they’ve also been incompetent and harmful in a very overall way to the area’s political elevation, growth and focus.  Behind every “Gary Norton” or “Ed Fitzgerald” or “Jane Campbell” or “James Rokakis” type endorsement is a loss.  In Norton’s case East Cleveland lost its hospital…

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Cleveland’s Caucasian mayoral hopefuls are having a hard time collecting the 3000 signatures needed to get on the ballot

CLEVELAND, OH – So far none of the Caucasians seeking the 3000 signatures needed to get on the ballot for mayor of Cleveland have delivered petitions to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.  American Negroes Zack Reed, Justin Bibb and State Senator Sandra Williams have filed.  There have been no filings, yet, from Irish Catholic Cleveland council president Kevin Kelley or former United States Representative and Croatia Dennis Kucinich. Sources say former Cleveland Clerk of Court Benny Bonnano, an Italian American, has a team circulating petitions on the west side as a possible “sneak” entry into the race.  Voters will know…

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