Sunday, June 20, 2010


Shown above are some excerpts from campaign ads published by candidates challenging the incumbent in the 2000 election for sheriff of Gillespie County. Despite their efforts, the incumbent was re-elected.

A thought-provoking recent column by T. R. Fehrenbach entitled "Bad governance is the electorate's just deserts [sic]--harsh, yes, but true" concluded, "And people still get the kind of government they deserve." I wonder what he'd say if told that a criminal defense attorney who is originally from back east recently ran for mayor of Fredericksburg? (This candidate backed out of the race at the last minute in favor of a local candidate who was not elected.)

1 comment:

ML said...

I have now posted the Fehrenbach article as part of my 7/8/10 post.