LETTERS: Non-voters elect Aurora’s new right-wing city council

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Editor:
Congratulations, Aurora non-voters.

Because so few of you voted, we just got ourselves a right-wing Aurora City Council who will not govern and not meet the needs of the people.

Maggie Kuchta, Aurora, via [email protected]

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CoPete
CoPete
29 days ago

That’s not how those of us who voted for those candidates feel Maggie Kuchta. We voted for them because “common sense” needed to return to the chambers of Aurora government. The leftist irresponsible efforts weren’t working so we’re thinking a different direction would work better for Aurora residents.
Crystal Murillo, my Ward 1 representative missed 66% of committee meetings and somehow retained her seat. So you see your voters did turn out and returned a useless council member to office.

T. P.

Joe Felice
Joe Felice
28 days ago
Reply to  CoPete

You can chill, now that you have “total CONTROL of the City.” But watch your words fall flat.

DICK MOORE
DICK MOORE
28 days ago
Reply to  CoPete

On the other hand, it will be great TV watching the Ward I, child politician, trying to embarrass our Mayor with her lack of knowledge and word usage weakly, or weekly.

Joe Felice
Joe Felice
28 days ago

Very true. The republicans got their voters out. That was the difference.

Dean
28 days ago

ENDORSEMENT: Aurora needs factual leaders to navigate police reform, homelessness and growing pains: Murillo, Lindstrom, Medina, Ronquillo and Bailey
By
 SENTINEL EDITORIAL BOARD
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October 14, 2021

Maggie Kuchta, perhaps you read this papers political advisors picks for Aurora’s next leaders. Aurora voters anticipated more of the same and customary treatment against any conservative showing up on the endorsement hot-sheet.  This recommended package is a political sandwich, Aurora voters refused to bite into, except for one. Aurora voters did however, send a clear message, mostly those pesky independents, as these voters are fed up with the habitual way this past city management has let the city turn into a political side-show. For whatever reason, a failure to understand this a municipal government, not the United Nations, thus making little positive progress, in the meantime, wasting everyone’s time. These inconvenient voters instinctively knew rather than keep creating more chaos, they deserved an effective council willing to tackle the local lingering problems. So, let’s not be upset that the libs were not represented, despite plenty of favorable help. Be grateful Maggie, the center was informed, was interested, and did show up.