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Neosho Daily Douche
03-22-2012, 02:18 AM
Pastor Lindstedt for Skrule Bored & Granby Shitty Kouncil-Kritter Candidate Questionnaires


http://whitenationalist.org/forum/showthread.php?p=5477#post5477





NEOSHO DAILY NEWS CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE

Please return by 9 a.m. Thursday, March 22 via e-mail: tghigdon@neoshodailynews.com with the subject head of NEOSHO DAILY NEWS QUESTIONNAIRE.

Please try to limit your responses to 150 words or less.



Name and position seeking:

Age:

Have you previously held public office? If so, what office and when?







Why have you decided to seek public office on the Granby City Council?














If elected, what are your goals?

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Mr. Todd G. Higdon, Reporter
The Neosho Daily News
PO Box 848
1006 W Harmony
Neosho, MO 64850

Phone 1 (417) 451-1520 Ext 18
Fax 1 (417) 451-6408


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NEOSHO DAILY NEWS CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE

Please return by 9 a.m. Thursday, March 22 via e-mail: tghigdon@​neoshodailynews.com with the subject head of NEOSHO DAILY NEWS QUESTIONNAIRE.

Please try to limit your responses to 150 words or less.



Name and position seeking:

Age:

Have you previously held public office? If so, what office and when?







Why have you decided to seek public office on the East Newton R-6 School Board?














If elected, what are your goals?
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Mr. Todd G. Higdon, Reporter
The Neosho Daily News
PO Box 848
1006 W Harmony
Neosho, MO 64850

Phone 1 (417) 451-1520 Ext 18
Fax 1 (417) 451-6408

PastorLindstedt
03-22-2012, 03:15 AM
Answers: Pastor Lindstedt for Skrule Bored & Granby Shitty Kouncil-Kritter Candidate Questionnaires


http://whitenationalist.org/forum/showthread.php?p=5478#post5478






NEOSHO DAILY NEWS CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE

Please return by 9 a.m. Thursday, March 22 via e-mail: tghigdon@neoshodailynews.com with the subject head of NEOSHO DAILY NEWS QUESTIONNAIRE.

Please try to limit your responses to 150 words or less.

You ask, I'll tell.



Name and position seeking:

Pastor Martin Luther Dzerzhinsky Lindstedt, South Ward Granby City Council

Age:

54

Have you previously held public office? If so, what office and when?

Never been [s]elected other than for political party positions.


Why have you decided to seek public office on the Granby City Council?

As a pastor of the Church of Jesus Christ Christian/Aryan Nations of Missouri I am a major figure within the White Nationalist and Christian Identity Resistance Movements. As the 'First Warlord' of my decentralized Ten Thousand Warlords Program, I have to run for political office in order to propose policies which will not ever be implemented until after complete social collapse.

The City of Granby is [d]ruled by a cabal of thieving inbreds who use the city piglice to bother and harass their enemies. Their favorite program is to deny White people the ability to put in trailer houses on their own property while letting their favorites -- and Mexicans -- to do whatever they please with their properties. These evil clowns run Granby like their own private third-world dictatorships. If elected, I'll help their past and present victims file federal civil rights litigation against these regime-criminals' properties to where these degenerate thieving inbreds will wish that they never had conspired to make up one law enforced by cowardly piglice for others while another rule for theysselfs.


If elected, what are your goals? See above.

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Mr. Todd G. Higdon, Reporter
The Neosho Daily News
PO Box 848
1006 W Harmony
Neosho, MO 64850

Phone 1 (417) 451-1520 Ext 18
Fax 1 (417) 451-6408


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NEOSHO DAILY NEWS CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE

Please return by 9 a.m. Thursday, March 22 via e-mail: tghigdon@​neoshodailynews.com with the subject head of NEOSHO DAILY NEWS QUESTIONNAIRE.

Please try to limit your responses to 150 words or less.

Uh huh.

Name and position seeking:

Pastor Martin Luther Dzerzhinsky Lindstedt, East Newton Skrule Bored

Age:

Can I pull a Gary Hart[pence] on this one?

Have you previously held public office? If so, what office and when?

Nope. The voters think I'm a maniac of some sort, which I've done everything to enhance.

Why have you decided to seek public office on the East Newton R-6 School Board?

The current system is unsustainable, both economically but especially demographically.

So rather than funnel local property tax money from elderly Whites to more and more immigrunts, its time to discourage this trend in this school district.

If [s]elected, I promise to make and implement a thrice-weekly mandatory Head Lice & Green Card Inspection.

If elected, what are your goals?

To give them beaners the same choice as Oliver Cromwell gave the papist Irish of going to Hell or Connaught. In the case of beaner immigrunts to get them headed east to Mex-i-nett or west to Neo-ho, anything but staying in this skrule district.

Hail Victory!!!

Pastor Martin Luther Dzerzhinsky Lindstedt
Church of Jesus Christ Christian/Aryan Nations of Missouri
http://whitenationalist.org/forum
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Mr. Todd G. Higdon, Reporter
The Neosho Daily News
PO Box 848
1006 W Harmony
Neosho, MO 64850

Phone 1 (417) 451-1520 Ext 18
Fax 1 (417) 451-6408

jewplin Glob
03-30-2012, 10:41 PM
Granby fee among proposals on ballots in Newton County

By Josh Letner
news@joplinglobe.com
March 30, 2012

http://www.joplinglobe.com/local/x1940324566/Granby-fee-among-proposals-on-ballots-in-Newton-County
http://whitenationalist.org/forum/showthread.php?p=5528#post5528






Granby voters will decide on an increase to the city’s business license tax and whether to continue devoting a portion of city property tax revenue to maintain the city cemetery when they and others in Newton County go to the polls on Tuesday.

Proposition 1 asks voters to continue a levy of 8 cents per $100 of assessed valuation for general municipal purposes and maintenance of the municipal cemetery for four years. Proposition 2 asks voters to approve a licensing tax increase on businesses from the current amount of $2.50 per year to $10 per year.

Herb “Shotgun” Maness, owner of Shotgun Tire, said in a telephone interview that he won’t mind paying the increased tax. He says $10 isn’t very much for an annual business license, but he says he hasn’t gotten involved in the issue.

“I try to stay out of city politics,” he said. “I try to stay neutral. It’s better for business to stay out of it.”

Doug Farmer, owner of JJ’s Restaurant, said the license tax has been the same price for over two decades and it should be increased.

“I don’t have a problem with it,” he said. “It probably needed to be done for some time.”

A pair of two-year terms are also open on the city council. In the North Ward, Charles Collinsworth and Amanda Singletary are vying for a two-year term, while in the South Ward incumbent Bill Cooper is facing challengers Martin Lindstedt and Ashley Edgemond.

Two three-year terms are open on the East Newton School Board. Incumbents Janice Jordan and Greg Kruse are facing challengers Lawrence Frencken, Doug Harper and Martin Lindstedt.

SENECA

There are six offices being contested in the town of Seneca. In the mayor’s race, incumbent Gary Roark faces challenger Mark Bennett for a two-year term.

In the race for municipal judge, incumbent Robert Soltow is facing a challenge from John Worley.

Two seats are also open on the Board of Aldermen. In the 1st Ward, incumbent John Adams and challenger Derinda Malone are vying for a two-year term, and in Ward 2, incumbent Bill Irvin faces challenger Robin Orcutt.

In the Seneca School Board race, incumbent Wayne Blaylock and challengers Gale Webb, Jason Austin, Tina Reeves and Rob Nesvold are vying for two three-year terms.

DIAMOND

In Diamond, Shane Hunter and Gail Hurlbut are vying to fill the one-year unexpired term as mayor. In the race for City Council, incumbent Brenda Schmitt and Brian Navarro are vying for a two-year term representing the West Ward.

In the Diamond School District, incumbent Barbara Badly and challengers Mickie Mahan, Tracy Danner, Max Strueweg and Roy Johns are vying for two three-year terms on the school board. Incumbent Beth Nickolaisen and challenger John Littlefield are vying for a one-year unexpired term.

LOMA LINDA

Loma Linda voters will decide whether to continue an existing levy of 30 cents per $100 of assessed valuation through 2015.

FAIRVIEW

In Fairview, incumbent Sid Oliver is facing challenger Anita Savage for a two-year term as mayor.

In the South Ward, Evelyn Cross and Sue Brown are vying for a two-year term on the council. In the North Ward, Lesley Ford and Bonnie Delano are running.

LEAWOOD

In the village of Leawood, Cliff Barker, Fran Owen and Caleb Head are vying for two two-year terms on the village board.

jewplin Glob
04-04-2012, 04:51 PM
Newton County Ballot Election Results -- April 3, 2012


http://www.joplinglobe.com/topstories/x1451004745/Newton-County-ballot
http://whitenationalist.org/forum/showthread.php?p=5559#post5559





Newton County ballot
The Joplin Globe

NEOSHO, Mo. — Newton County

With 24 of 24 precincts reporting, complete but unofficial returns from Tuesday’s balloting are as follows:

Carl Junction

School Board
(Two seats)

Rob Herron 1
Christie Hutcheson 1

Frank Pittman 0

(School tallies reflect only those from the Jasper County portion of the district; additional territory in Newton County.)

DIAMOND

Mayor
(One-year unexpired term)

Shane Hunter 75
Gail Hurlbut 62

City Council

West Ward

Brenda Schmitt 36
Brian Navarro 43

School Board
(Two seats)

Barbara Badley 217
Mickie Mahan 144
Tracy Danner 128
Max Struewing 36
Roy Johns Jr. 59

(One-year term)

Beth Nickolaisen 145
John Littlefield 157



FAIRVIEW

Mayor

Sid Oliver 56
Anita Savage 55

City Council

South Ward

Evelyn Cross 25
Sue Brown 33

North Ward

Lasley W. Ford 40
Bonnie Delano 10

GRANBY

City Council

North Ward

Charles Collinsworth 34
Amanda Singletary 24

South Ward
(One seat)

Bill Cooper 61
Martin Lindstedt 4
Ashley Edgemon 76

Proposition 1

8-cent property tax renewal

Yes 150
No 47

Proposition 2

License tax increase

Yes 136
No 61

School Board

(Two seats)

Janice Jordan 260
Lawrence Frencken 306
Doug Harper 134
Greg Kruse 341
Martin Lindstedt 21



JOPLIN

City Council
(Zone 2)

Harvey Hutchinson 531
Melodee Colbert-Kean 600

(Two general seats)

Ryan Jackson 493
Jim West 313
Bill Scearce 506
Morris Glaze 677
Shaun Steele 244

School District

$62 million bond issue

Yes 1,326
No 771

(City and school tallies reflect only those from the Newton County portion of the district; additional territory for both in Jasper County.)


LEAWOOD VILLAGE

Trustees

(Two seats)

Cliff Barker 62
Fran Owen 108
Caleb Head 74


LOMA LINDA

30-cent property tax

Yes 71
No 19



MCDONALD COUNTY

School Board

(Two seats)

Sammy Helm III 0
Tammy Clark 0
Sasha West 0

(School tallies reflect only those from the Newton County portion of the district; additional territory in McDonald County.)



NEOSHO

City Council

(Two seats)

Richard Davidson 1,058
David Ruth 855
Bill Crowe 544
Michael Franks 590

(One-year unexpired term)

Steve P. Hart 787
Andrew Hamby 630
Heather Bowers 154

School Board

(Two seats)

Tim Lewis 843
Steven Douglas 1,252
Richard Banks 232
Bonnie Derryberry 776
Phil Wise 1,179

(School tallies reflect only those from the Newton County portion of the district; additional territory in McDonald County.)

SARCOXIE

School Board

(Two seats)

Paul Palmer 6
Kevin Guinn 12
Larry Triplett 16

(Tallies reflect only those from the Newton County portion of the district; additional territory in Lawrence County.

SENECA

Mayor

Mark Bennett 255
Gary D. Roark 123

Municipal Judge

Robert Soltow 211
John Worley 146

Board of Aldermen

1st Ward

John Adams 58
Derinda Malone 64

2nd Ward

Bill Irvin 46
Robin Orcutt 64

School Board

(Two seats)

Gale Webb 330
Wayne Blaylock 209
Jason Austin 209
Tina Reeves 155
Rob Nesvold 452

(School tallies reflect only those from the Newton County portion of the district; addition territory in McDonald County.



WESTVIEW

School Board

(Two seats)

Nikki Campbell 26
Matt Francisco 32
Jason Bobb 4

UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES

The following candidates are unopposed and virtually assured of election.

Cliff Village — Trustees: Donna Hughes, Biff Bell and Tim Simon.

Diamond — Aldermen: East Ward, Lisa Mitchell.

Loma Linda —Aldermen: Thomas Parr, Karen Spaulding and Jerry Day.

Dennis Acres — Trustees: Jimmie Perrill, Dustin Craft and Norma Jean Richardson.

Grand Falls — Trustees: Brenda Myers, Arthur Hines and Fred Pugh.

Newtonia —Aldermen: Jeannette Kleindl, George Philliber and David Wormington.

Redings Mill — Trustees: Ronald Pizinger and Jim Brown.

Ritchey — Trustees: Lewis Marion, Carolyn Marion and Alan Melot.

Saginaw — Trustees: Percy Blinzer and Phil Clayton.

Seneca — Aldermen: 3rd Ward, Eric Quee.

Shoal Creek Drive — Trustees: Judy Whitehead, Matthew Rigsny and John Knudsen.

Silver Creek — Trustees: David Cox and Pat Worley.

Stark City — Mayor: Edmond Schultz; Trustees: Mindy Lawyer, Don Bradley and Scott Maness.

Stella — Trustees: Richard Eaggleston, April Alford, Terry May and Mark Dallas.

Wentworth — Trustees: Clyde Stephens.