Original post made by WhoRUpeople on Feb 9, 2012
As for Ms. Kieth's decision to run for higher office, what on earth is wrong with someone taking career steps--don't forget her numerous years of service on the Planning Commission. So she aspires to higher office; I personally embrace the idea of hiring people to political roles who aspire to make that field a career. Personally, I'll listen to her positions, evaluate her against other candidates, and then make my voting decision.
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