As I have covered numerous times in several videos, the ability for the actors to use pseudonyms and never have to show any ID when running for office, is made possible through a form they all must fill out called the Oath of Candidacy form. This allows them to take on a new name and never be held accountable for their actions while an elected official. With this situation in Dallas we have a problem since its highly suspicious that this individual would find her way to this position after I exposed her mother and not her father. You all know the parents very well and the father is playing a role of a councilman here as well.
I'll bet if you dig deep enough and look at the decisions they have made while in office you will see them making those decisions to benefit the business they are part of as they play their other characters. OF course you are confused right now because I'm being vague, but you will see here in a moment what I'm talking about.
As I said what they are doing is legal, up until there is proof of insider trading. Since you don't know their real birth names they could be traded with that inside knowledge and the SEC would not even have a clue.
It's legal until you the people put an end to it.
If you care about who you are voting for and want our officials to be held accountable, then you must first know who they are so you can find them when the time comes.
Susan Hawk’s rocky debut as Dallas County’s top prosecutor takes a new turn Thursday as she faces an uncertain public reception and lingering questions about her treatment for prescription drug use.
Sworn in as district attorney in January, Hawk pledged to live “by the principles of transparency and accountability.” But since releasing a 99-word statement nearly two months ago that said she got help to stop taking drugs for a bad back, she largely has avoided the issue and rebuffed media inquiries about her medical condition.
Thursday, Hawk will hold a town hall meeting in Pleasant Grove, the first open forum in which she’s expected to take public questions directly since The Dallas Morning News News Reported she spent time in an out-of-state rehab center during the 2013 campaign.
Some political and public relations experts say her lack of response has hindered her efforts to move past the episode. She’s also been dogged by a staffing upheaval in the DA’s office and allegations from some former employees — which Hawk denied — that she was acting erratically.
Besides the drug issue, she has not talked about two previously undisclosed incidents: a car accident in February in which she collided with the truck of an elderly man while driving in icy conditions and her failure last month to file a state-required personal financial report on time.
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Cliff Long Council Place 1
Elected to Council: May 2014
Term Expires: May 2017
Cliff Long holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Baylor University and Masters of Liberal Arts degree from Southern Methodist University. He is also licensed as a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Financial Planner. Cliff and his wife, Chris, own and operate Sovereign Mortgage Services, Inc., a provider of auditing and compliance support to the residential mortgage industry through its headquarters in Coppell.
Here are father and daughters, all together.