Matt Sullivan - Tends to bend an ear towards whoever can shout the loudest. Believes that is a sign of not including everyone in "the process" and tries to find a way to placate everyone. It is certainly a leadership style. Does it work? I think the jury is still out on that.
Jerry Thorne - Tends to stick to the relevant and substantive facts on issues. Speaks quite eloquently.
Jennifer Hosterman - Seems to be practicing for higher office. Has gotten quite good at non-committed politician-speak.
Cindy McGovern - Tends to fixate on a single issue and will vote accordingly, even if the Fire Captain whose job it is to deal with the problem will tell her otherwise.
Cheryl Cook-Kallio - Places value upon the principles embedded in the Constitution and Bill of Rights (considering she teaches the stuff). Appears to vote accordingly.
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