Sunday, March 20, 2016
Corrupt Aurora Mayor Tom Weisner Looks Foolish Again, So Finally Agrees to Eliminate Aurora Election Commission...Again
Election 2016 was another debacle for the Aurora Election Commission because they were unable to post results in a timely manner.
To be fair, the people at the Aurora Election Commission have had a tough job over the years. While most of their funding has come from county government, the money has flowed through the dirty hands of corrupt Aurora Mayor Tom Weisner since 2005.
It makes no sense to have a city election commission for some voters (Kane, Kendall, DuPage) while other voters in the same city deal with a county election commission (i.e. DuPage).
Election should be handled by each county and Kane County offered to locate a branch office in Aurora, in the same place as the current election commission, without any extra cost to Aurora taxpayers.
Eliminating this confusing situation, costs and creating more efficiency was first proposed by former Alderman Rick Lawrence.
Eventually, corrupt Mayor Tom Weisner agreed after an election night debacle.
Back in 2010, Weisner even agreed with Lawrence to begin the process to put the elimination of the election commission as a referendum question, which is necessary to make it happen.
However, Weisner's then and current incompetent so-called corporation counsel Alayne Weingartz screwed up.
Elimination of Aurora Election Commission Botched By So-Called Corporation Counsel Alayne Weingartz - August 2010
Now, the corrupt mayor wants to try again after the 2016 debacle. Six years after his so-called corporation counsel screwed up trying to eliminate it.
We've been pushing for the elimination of the Aurora Election Commission for many years, so the question is if Tom Weisner believes it should be eliminated today in 2016, what the hell has he been doing all these years about it?
The answer isn't a mystery. It's because while the Aurora Election Commission had a bad night in 2016, every day is debacle under the mismanagement, incompetence and failed administration of Tom Weisner.