Yvonne Conwell

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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Frank Jackson’s “Kelley endorsement” isn’t sitting too well with Clevelanders who want to move on and close the door on his 32 year presence at city hall

If a new mayor and council want to avoid the FBI raids at city hall, and more criminal prosecutions, they'll read, master and obey two constitutions and the laws referenced in the governing documents identified in their oaths of office. Lots of federal, state and local violations occurred over the past 16 years that have cost Clevelanders millions. If you do not read you cannot lead.

CLEVELAND, OH – Clevelanders looking for an indication of how the 2021 campaign to replace Frank Jackson as mayor might turn out can look at two endorsements.  Jackson’s and the Plain Dealer’s.  Each endorsed Nina Turner to represent the 11th Congressional District in the August 3, 2021 primary election. Turner raised over $6.2 million to Shontel Brown’s $4.5 million and lost by 4000 votes with their endorsements and that of Russian United States Senator Bernard Gitman Sanders.  It’s Kevin Kelley who now has to see if he can do better with one of the two local endorsements.  The Plain Dealer…

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Instead of prosecuting Kevin Kelley for stealing Ward 13’s council seat in 2017, Cuyahoga County Prosecuting Attorney Michael O’Malley endorses the election thief

CLEVELAND, OH – If ex-President Donald Trump wants to know how elections are stolen or obstructed he should review the campaign finance reports of Cleveland Councilman Kevin Kelley for an example.  All you need is a complicit prosecuting attorney who is a member of your ethnic and religious group; and who is willing to ignore the duties assigned to the elected office he holds in Title 35 of the Ohio Revised Code. Kelley has criminally obstructed three Cleveland elections, but these aren’t words Clevelanders will see from Mark Naymik’s reporting at WKYC or from his former work at cleveland.com.  Naymik…

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