threatens council legacy
I see that councilmembers voted against a special election and in favor of an appointment for districts that are left unrepresented after our last election. They did this in spite of all the public outcry of the voters of San Jose.
Their obvious bias toward forwarding their own agendas shows an early unwillingness to represent the people and to work together with the mayor-elect to create a better San Jose.
How will they, (supposedly elected to represent their area of San Jose) possibly be fair in appointing a member from
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