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Morro Bay Mayor John Headding and Helios Dayspring

This week, registered voters received a text message from current Morro Bay Councilwoman and Assembly candidate Dawn Addis endorsing Mayor John Headding for re-election. Without evidence, Ms. Addis claimed that Democrats support Mayor Headding. Headding is not listed as an endorsement by the SLO County Democratic Party. So my question is: are these the same …

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A Conversation About Nextdoor Censorship

This week, I heard from several Morro Bay residents who expressed concern about censorship pertaining to discussions about our local elections. Nextdoor, one of the leading community-centric social networking platforms, is a lightning rod for discussions on local politics. Since my account was temporarily deactivated, residents wondered whether or not I was “de-platformed” for political …

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More Conflict of Interest Concerns Re: Mayor Headding

Morro Bay Mayor John Headding continues to engage in questionable conduct. According to his campaign’s FPPC Form 497 Contribution Report from Sept. 12, 2022, Mayor Headding received his largest campaign contribution from Alla Weinstein for $2,000. Weinstein is listed as an engineer for Global Business Alliance, LLC (“GBA”). On their website, GBA describes themselves as …

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Why I’m Voting No on Morro Bay Harbor Tax B-22

After careful consideration, I’m encouraging Morro Bay residents to VOTE NO on Harbor Tax B-22. Over the past several years, Morro Bay voters have voted for measures that increase taxes on residents, small businesses and tourists for severely underfunded departments. These departments have undoubtedly provided crucial and necessary services for Morro Bay. There is no …

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