Several Google searches of "City Council Election Pleasanton" via Google, yield results with the first entry an ad for Miller.
When I came to this forum to point out these disconcerting facts, I was greeted with a BANNER AD on top of the page, paid for by Miller.
Is he so afraid that the voters will delve into his recent political past, helping to thwart much needed school funding by being the main signatory against the recent school parcel tax initiative?
Does he worry, that his Tea Party affiliation seems a bit distasteful, given that he can afford to own and live in one of Pleasanton's most expensive properties?
Mr. Miller will not get my vote. I want someone more in touch with me, and my neighbors in Pleasanton.
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