Friday, October 28th, 2016

Randy Radish – 427 Darryl Enriquez – 1039 Larry Nelson – 1271 Bill Beglinger – 633 Jeff Scrima – 1830 Write-in – 12 As you may have seen in today’s Waukesha Freeman, the counting got screwed up again. These are the numbers that were forwarded in an e-mail from Darryl Enriquez to his supporters. Someday […]

Who’s the winner?  I guess, me.  I get to write about this election.  One thing is certain: I won’t run out of material. Perhaps the correct expression, given the circumstances, is a Morton’s Fork.  From Wikipedia: A Morton’s Fork is a choice between two equally unpleasant alternatives (in other words, a dilemma), or two lines of reasoning […]

Waukesha voters have five choices in tomorrow’s primary election for mayor. The incumbent, Larry Nelson, I dealt with at length in my newspaper column. Since the column appeared, Nelson has taken the unique approach of appealing to the Waukesha electorate by mentioning praise from Democratic State Senator Mark Miller, who represents the Madison suburbs, for […]

Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Feb 11, 2010; Section:Opinion; Page Number:8A Assessing Nelson’s chances Enriquez is strongest challenger When it comes to city government, the question I have been asked the most often is whether Mayor Larry Nelson can be beat. Of course, I tell them, anybody can be beat. It just takes the right circumstances. I […]

I missed this afternoon’s forum for Waukesha mayor at Oak Hill Terrace.  I understand a few sparks flew, including from some residents upset that dinner was late. Things we learned today: 1. Mayor Larry Nelson taught at the Garrett Morris School for the Hard of Hearing in New York. 2. Alderman Randy Radish.  Yeah, what […]