Of course, Gary and his supporters won’t know if his efforts paid off until probably tomorrow morning.
According to Gary, he hand-passed out approximately 6700 fliers, taking the time to talk with Wildomar voters he met along the way. (Old-fashioned, grass-roots door to door campaigning, without the glossy mailed fliers, filled with a politician’s staple, mis-statements of historical facts.)
That effort, combined with, the electoral evidence of citizen dissatisfaction with City Hall in the last election, when two unknown challengers combined to receive more votes than did incumbents Bob Cashman and Bridgette Moore, may result in his election to the Wildomar City Council.
Despite the fact that, having re-located last year from the City of Wildomar, former city councilmember Sheryl Ade, and yours truly, are unable to cast votes in this Wildomar election, we happily assisted Gary in passing out fliers as we believe he will bring the kind of knowledge and experience that is currently missing from the city council dais.
Needless to say, we will be remotely monitoring the Riverside County Registrar of Voters website throughout the evening to observe the results.
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Congratulations to Gary Andre for his hard work and efforts on behalf of the citizens of the City of Wildomar.