Susan Popp Endorsed by New York’s Finest

This was the best photo of the election season in Goliath’s opinion. So, we definitely endorse  Susan Popp for County Clerk.  We know that among other things, Susan spent time in the federal court learning how the federal court Clerk’s office handles everything by electronic filing.

We know that her background has her emerging from a process which rewards and produces efficiencies in the system.  She’s ‘got this’…if we let her.   Judge Fleece would no doubt  also be an excellent choice with his knowledge of the Courts and the system and his institutional knowledge (His mother worked for many years in that office). But we give the nod to Susan Popp.  With her there would be  no Judge to Former Judge friction…there would be ‘new eyes’ on the system.  She is smart, savvy and she knows how to work well in the process. (also better looking that Judge Fleece)  New York’s finest got it right!

2 comments for “Susan Popp Endorsed by New York’s Finest

  1. 'Hood
    May 6, 2014 at 6:40 am

    The Republican Party is at its strongest point in two decades heading into midterm elections, according to a new Pew Research-USA Today poll, the latest daunting sign for Democrats ahead of campaign season.

    The GOP is at an even stronger point than in previous “wave” elections in 1994 and 2010 and looks poised to make major gains — and possibly take control of the U.S. Senate.!JlPUa

  2. 'Hood
    May 6, 2014 at 6:43 am

    Democrats are plagued
    by the still-sluggish economy,
    the unpopularity of the Affordable Care Act,
    and the undesirable views of President Obama.

    More voters (26%) say their vote will be “against” the president.
    Only 16% say their vote will be “for” Obama.
    And by more than a 2-to-1 margin,
    voters say they want
    the next president
    to pursue policies different from the Obama administration’s priorities.

    As has been seen in other polls showing trouble for Democrats this year, the party is hampered by a lack of enthusiasm. For example, only 31% of Democratic voters say their vote is “for” Obama. In 2010, that number was 47%.

    Some of the other troubling signs for Democrats:
    Obama’s approval rating sits at 44%, compared with 50% who disapprove.
    Although last Friday’s jobs report showed the unemployment rate dropping to its lowest level since 2008, most people (65%) say jobs are still difficult to find. And while 25% of voters think the economy will get better next year, about an equal number think it’ll get worse.
    The percentage of voters who disapprove of the Affordable Care Act (55%) is still tied for the highest in the law’s history.

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