the swamp

Vote August 18th: Scott Wilson for Clerk of Court

It’s hard to drain the swamp in Washington D.C., but it is possible to do it in Jacksonville.
You can help.  
Nate Monroe’s column sheds light on the backroom politics of Jacksonville—the “SYNDICATE”, as he calls it. 
Who gets supported by big money and why?
Who gets punished for fighting corruption? 

See the whole story by Nate Monroe at the Jacksonville Times Union:
Councilman Scott Wilson, clerk of court candidate, is the Syndicate's latest victim

(Scott Wilson) is also one of the people responsible for slowing down the fast-moving JEA privatization project last year and later authorizing and funding a council investigation into the controversy that will provide a public accounting of what happened. And therein lies another common thread in most Jacksonville stories: No good deed goes unpunished.

Nate Monroe - August 7th, 2020

The good old boy system in Jacksonville does not like it when someone stands up to them—and City Council President Scott Wilson did last year to stop the sale of the JEA.  Scott is now running for Clerk of the Court and is being opposed by the exact same people that were involved in trying to sell JEA - as payback for not going along with back room deals.  They are hoping you don’t figure this out.

Will you help fight corruption in our City and back Scott by voting for him in the primary on August 18th? 

All we ask is for you to let everyone know, forward this email to 10 of your friends, post it to Facebook and Twitter and to please vote for Scott Wilson

Let’s fight big money and corruption and show that it can be done!