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I believe an unlikely mix of alleged drug trafficking related politicos and alleged white nationalist related politicos united to elect the infamous “Bloc of Four” in the abysmal voter turnout election of 2005. During their four year term the drug business was good again and white nationalists used Coatesville as an example on white supremacist websites like “Stormfront”. Strong community organization and support from law enforcement, in particular Chester County District Attorney Joseph W. Carroll has begun to turn our community around. The Chester County drug trafficking that I believe centers on Coatesville continues and I believe we still have public officials in place that profit from the drug sales. But the people here are amazing and continue to work against the odds to make Coatesville a good place to live.

Saturday, March 25, 2017

BOOKMAN BOOTED OFF BALLOT Democrat Deborah Bookman was coached by Republican Linda Lavender Norris. Coatesville, PA




Democrat Deborah Bookman took campaign advice from Republican Linda Lavender Norris. No matter what the signs say Deborah Bookman is not on the May 16th ballot.



FROM:

May 16, 2017 Municipal Primary Election Candidate Report for Chester County, PA Updated 3/23/2017 










 May 16, 2017 Municipal Primary Election Candidate Report for Chester County, PA Updated 3/23/2017 


Democrats shouldn’t rely on Republicans for campaign  advice. Most especially advice from Linda Lavender Norris. 


Linda Lavender Norris appears to be above the law, or the laws she can quietly get away with breaking. Maybe she relies on her boss PA State Representative Tim Hennessey to fix things. 


Apparently stuff like traffic tickets, no problem:

How can it be that several years of Magisterial District Courts Docket Sheets misdemeanor unpaid parking tickets disappear from the The Unified JUDICIAL SYSTEM of PENNSYLVANIa WEB PORTAL? They're not expunged, their just parking tickets. And they disappeared at the Commonwealth level not the Chester County level.



But I think Linda Lavender Norris, then Linda Lavender stretched it a bit when she tried to run for District Magistrate Court:


Republicans in general believe they can break campaign laws and get away with it. Linda Lavender Norris’ campaigns are an example of an astounding disregard of campaign laws. 

It's illegal to run for Pennsylvania Magistrate Judge and simultaneously work for a Pennsylvania Legislator. But some people try anyway. You would think they would stop after it's pointed out to them in a Common Pleas Courtroom:

I took notes: 
It came up in Judge Ott’s courtroom on Friday March 20, 2009. Lavender has been working as Hennessey’s Legislative Aid and running for Magistrate District Justice. She made the claim to Judge Ott that she is employed by the House Republican Caucus and not Tim Hennessey. Judge Ott quizzed her further and asked what it says at the top of her paycheck. Linda Lavender replied, "Commonwealth of Pennsylvania”. Lavender stated that Tim Hennessey told her that she could run and work as a legislative aid at the same time. She told Judge Ott that Rep. Tim Hennessey would write a letter explaining it to Judge Ott. Judge Ott said that she would like to see that letter." 

MORE AT: 

FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2009 
Lavender Running Illegally 


ALSO SEE: 
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2009 
Linda Lavender is running for District Magistrate Judge in Coatesville, AGAIN! 

MORE AT:  
Monday, June 8, 2015 

"Linda Lavender is a special case."


Magistrate Judge Robert Davis’ campaign is another example of how to run a political campaign and break laws.  
Robert Davis was the Minister of the Hutchinson Church on Chestnut St. in Coatesville. He used the Hutchinson Church as his campaign headquarters. The Hutchinson Church suddenly dropped Judge Davis as their minister because they came very close to losing their tax free status. That’s not widely known, you have to ask. 



Republican State Representative Harry Lewis 74th District may have come the closest to having his election win overturned. 
Democrats for Harry Lewis signs only appeared
within Coatesville City Limits. 
See the handwritten "Paid for by the Committee
to Elect Harry Lewis'" at the top of this handout. 

Rep. Harry Lewis compounded confusion over which political party he belonged to among voters with his Democrats for Harry Lewis signs that only appeared inside of the Coatesville City Limits. I believe that deception and failure to put “Paid for by Friends of Harry Lewis” is what made Robert Brooks so very, very nervous.  


Monday, November 7, 2016


If a Democrat did what the Harry Lewis Campaign did there would almost certainly be a trial and maybe the election result overturned.


The point is that Democrats are held to a higher legal standard during elections in Chester County, PA than Republicans are.



Coatesville Democrats taking campaign advice in this primary election from a Coatesville Republican could possibly get them knocked off of the November ballots. 





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