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More Hit Pieces Against Chuck Bernstein from Bohannon

Original post made by morris brown on Oct 21, 2010

Well the third hit piece against Chuck Bernstein has been sent to the voters of Menlo Park. You can view it at

Web Link

if you didn't get one in the mail.

Bohannon has sunk even further into the muck with this latest mailer. Pretty obviously he is really out to kill off the No on Measure T opposition to his mega project.

Then just received further information (form 460) shows that Bohannon's committee has gathered up $475,000 for their Yes on T campaign and spent thus far about $300,000.

Of interest are itemized 6 hit pieces against Dr. Bernstein, and only 3 have thus far been released.

Think about spending almost $100 per vote to get 5000 votes in favor of Measure T, which would most likely be more than enough to win.

This organization unwilling to provide a fire truck to serve his project really takes the cake.

Please visit

to get the real information on Mearure T and

to get the true picture of this outstanding candidate.

Don't let David Bohannon buy off Menlo Park.

Vote for Chuck. Vote No on Measure T.

morris brown
stone pine lane

Comments (1)

Posted by Boohannon, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Oct 22, 2010 at 2:01 pm

In terms of the vote-buying to which you allude, it works event better if you distribute such that the "important" people get a bit more in their pockets. No specific allegations being made here, just an observation as to the way things tend to work.

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