VIDEO: Watch the Sandusky city commission debate on crime and poverty

Sandusky city commission candidates met at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Sandusky High School for the first of two debates brought to you by the Register.
Sandusky Register Staff
Oct 26, 2011

Sandusky city commission candidates met at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Sandusky High School for the first of two debates brought to you by the Register.

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LabMan

I just did................holy moly

lifetimeresident

Stupid sarcasium

Watched news and you tube video about racy halloween costums afending the african american race.  So what does a young student, african american, do.  You have to watch this but he put on a suit and colored his face white.

Centauri

I didn't waste my time on this. Jeff Smith is the only one that I support.

pow wow

   I could hardly watch this candidates forum on the web! Ms. Farrar lost my vote supporting tax increases. Has she ever looked into the city budget?  Smith,Grohe and Poole seem to have understanding on how govt. works. The rest I'll need a tin foil hat. How many residents showed up at SHS?

sanduskymom

Ms. Farrar lost my vote too, especially over her comments regarding crime and how we need to find things for kids to do after school in order to deter crime.  What ever happened to kids studying and doing homework?  Why is it the government's responsibility to entertain kids so they don't commit crime?  I was also very disappointed with her comments about SB 5. 

Smith has innovative ideas and solutions to community problems.  I was pleasantly surprised with comments by Adams and Cole regarding poverty and personal responsibility.  Otherwise, I was underwhelmed by the other candidates and their responses.  It's a bit scary.  I urge all voters to watch this forum before voting!  It's very eye-opening!!!

Centauri

The best way to fight crime is to report it and the hooligans responsible. The witnesses are like the three monkeys - "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil".

twosenseworth

Mrs. Farrar went on listing infrastructure accomplishments to date, including the Thorpe, Dorn, and Ferndale waterline project as being completed.   The problem is that the project is still in its design phase.

frizzlefrap

too many chickens .... won't fess up!

frizzlefrap

i'm votin' for KENNEDY ...... oh, my bad!