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Williamson's "old news" Campaign Contributions
Update: More campaign donation issues for Williamson
Businessman pays fine after agency alleges money laundering in Simi campaign
Classic Barbra Williamson Quotes
for the complete quote,
but Williamson herself said "Once you start putting limitations on politicians,
they are going to find a way to become very creative."
Is this what she meant?
While she claims that she knew nothing about the laundered money,
her quote indicates that she would find a creative way to get money.
While the newspapers said that Williamson was fined and the City admits that
she paid $2000 to the City,
it seems that the City Staff don't want to say that it was a fine.
They claim it was a debt,
but refuse to say how that debt was created,
and say that it was repaid,
but since the money never came from the City,
it is false that she repaid a debt to the City.
It is unknown whether Williamson returned the money to the donor.
Williamson's campaign records shows that she did pay the $5000 as mentioned in
Is Barbra Williamson this creative?
The following Ventura County Star article is quite interesting,
especially with respect to Barbra Williamson.
It seems that she and her donor found a creative way to keep money for her
Simi Valley mayoral, council candidates raise more than $253,000
She sued Gerson in June in Ventura County small claims court for the $5,000 and
in July, she won a judgment in that amount, according to court records.
Apparently, the two remain on good terms: the center made its $1,000 donation
to her Oct. 10.
I have to wonder if all this was agreed to in order to allow Barbra Williamson
to keep the campaign money.
I heard a rumor that the lawsuit was uncontested and also from another Council
Candidate that she was short of money for her campaign.
Barbra Williamson is at it again with the childish name calling and wanting to
ignore what happened in the last election:
Barbra Williamson Responds to Doug Crosse
I responded with the following:
to which Williamson responded with:
Barbra Jean Walsh Williamson - Simi Valley, California
Hey Shoo Fly....old news....
I personally don't consider what Williamson did in the last election to be old
news as it is what she did the last time.
Also, when I ran for City Council in the last election,
everytime I called Williamson on her false statements,
especially in regards to the Landfill Expansion,
she would typically reply with something like
"shoo, Ken shoo...annoying little nat, shoo".
Ignoring the funny aspect in that she did not know how to spell "gnat",
the childish responses show the type of person she is and her desire to ignore
It seems clear that Williamson does not want people to remember what she has
done in the past.
Just look at all the claims regarding the landfill expansion,
how bad it was,
but then after the backroom meetings it suddenly became something that she is
advertising as a positive thing that she has done.
what she did and how she did it is not positive at all and show why people
should not vote for her.
Just remember her letter claiming that using just "Simi" instead of "Simi
Valley" is a sign of disrespect,
yet when her landfill task force registered a domain they left off the "valley"
and used the name "savesimi.com",
which has since been removed.
Some additional reading on the issue with Williamson:
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