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Tuesday, February 07, 2006
Joanna Cole just called me to try to get me to volunteer for her. It was a cordial conversation, but it lost her my vote. I was trying to explain to her about the ironic possibility (however slim) of someone being elected with less than 50% under the new IRV law, and she just kept contradicting me and repeating 'the way the law is written, you need 50% plus one...'

She's wrong.

Former councilor and legislator Terry Bouricius sent me what he said was the key City Charter language approved by the voters, the House, Senate and signed by the governor, contained in House bill 505 from last session:

(b) All elections of mayor shall be by ballot, using a system of instant runoff voting without a separate runoff election. The chief administrative officer shall implement an instant runoff voting protocol according to these guidelines:
(1) The ballot shall give voters the option of ranking candidates in order of preference.
(2) If a candidate receives a majority (over 50 percent) of first preferences, that candidate is elected.
(3) If no candidate receives a majority of first preferences, an instant runoff retabulation shall be performed by the board of civil authority within five business days of the election. The instant runoff
retabulation shall be conducted in rounds. In each round, each voter's ballot shall count as a single vote for whichever continuing candidate the voter has ranked highest. The candidate with the fewest votes after each round shall be eliminated until only two candidates remain, with the candidate then receiving the greatest number of votes being elected.
(4) The city council may adopt additional regulations consistent with this subsection to implement these standards.

So if everyone ranks only one choice, or there aren't enough second or third place choices to bring someone to majority, the person with the most votes wins.

But that's not the point. The point is: if you're a candidate, don't continually contradict a potential supporter and not let him finish making his statement- Especially if you're wrong.

Another reason to oppose Cole is her position in favor of fluoridation of city water, which is in direct contradiction to that of Carmen George, fellow ward 7 Democrat and junior city councilor. When I asked Cole about this at the Democratic caucus January 5, she cited her credentials as "a scientist" (she's a retired chemistry teacher) and then pointed to her own children's good teeth as proof that water fluoridation has improved America's dental health. Do I have to point out that anecdotes are not proof?

Also, she's a total carpetbagger. She hasn't even lived in Burlington two years. How is she going to represent us, when she's barely even been through a Vermont winter? Why does she want to? Hmmm...

I'm probably going to vote for Ellie. One, because I've known her eleven years and served with her on the council. Two, because a few years ago she was booted by the new north end Dems for not blindly supporting school-tax increases. She ran for re-election as an independent and won. Good for her! The Progs did the same thing when they dumped me and ran Tom Smith in 1997. Funny how the irony of fate works. He was supposed to be less controversial than me.

Anyway. I recommend voting for anybody but Cole.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 7:43 PM  
  • At February 08, 2006 10:39 AM, Blogger Haik Bedrosian said…

    I just realized that I included Terry Bouricius and Tom Smith in the same post. Anybody out there know why that's interesting?

  • At February 08, 2006 7:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Because you have a hard time letting go of the past?

  • At February 09, 2006 8:56 AM, Blogger Haik Bedrosian said…

    Zing! I love it! No silly, those two were elected to the city council the same time Bernie was elected mayor. They were the originals!

  • At February 12, 2006 5:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I just read your website article on Joanna Cole. She has come to my door already and I seem to like her. Yes, she is new to the political arena, but so is everybody else aside from Ellie. At least she called to talk to you. It appears that she was open and honest with you. No matter what the city council thinks about fluoride, the residents of Burlington are going to want fluoride in their water. It's sad to see someone with your energy and passion for politics, stoop as low as you did on this one, by singling out just Joanna. If you were a fair man, you would have put the opinions of all the candidates on your website. What are the views of Ellie and the Republicans on the topic of fluoride? The Republicans seem to be very quiet through this process. Probably because you have two candidates, Paul Decelles and Kevin King, that know nothing about the issues, other than what Kevin Curley has led them to believe and say. Neither Paul Decelles or Kevin King have ever volunteered for a civic duty, been on a board or served on a committee. If there is anyone that doesn't qualify, I'd start with Paul Decelles and Kevin King. The only thing these two are doing is being puppets and messengers for Kevin Curley, who has the least chance of being a Mayor of all the candidates. He has been a printer all his life and has never held a manager's position in any of the companies he has worked for. What does that tell you? And he wants to be Mayor! Electing Kevin Curly and his two puppeteers, Paul Decelles and Kevin King, would be a disaster. I hope the residents of Burlington ask the tough questions and do the right thing no matter what the party is and not vote for these wannabe politicians. It all sounds good coming from Curley because he is so good at shooting the bull. Ellie, on the other hand is making a career out of the City Council, even though I think it's great to be the voice of the Ward rather than the voice of your party. I have no idea what this women has done for the Ward. Is it because she is a poor communicator? This is what I think—Ellie's time has come and gone. The only time I see or hear from this lady is every two years. We can do better!

  • At February 12, 2006 11:57 PM, Blogger Haik Bedrosian said…


    Your analysis is right in many ways. I allowed virtually no time between when she upset me on the phone and when I wrote the piece, so it represents a visceral reaction and not an endeavor in fairness. In particular, I don’t personally have strong feelings about fluoridation, nor do I care what the other candidates opinions on it are (although my sites like to theirs). My comment on her false justification for fluoridation is valid, however. So is my central thesis regarding Cole not listening, interrupting and being wrong.

    I have no idea what Burlington voters will say about fluoride in water. Who cares? It doesn’t look like the city will be able to afford it next year, anyway. (It’s a joke. Laugh a little!)

    I have to say- you are a clever spinster. I wasn’t casting aspersions because Cole, like two of her opponents, is new to politics, I was casting them because she was new to Burlington. Nice try.

    Did you mean to say “Curley and his two puppets…?” That’s not a nice thing to say about King and Decelles. And let’s be honest, aren’t all political parties just made for puppets? Couldn’t a Republican just as easily charge that Joanna Cole is a puppet for Mary Sullivan or Linda Deladuka? Boards and committees don’t necessarily produce great leaders. Come to think of it- they’re more inclined to produce great puppets, but I digress.

    Kevin Curley isn’t going to win, but let’s be fair. He has a slightly better chance than Louis the Cowman, don’t you think? And why denigrate the art of printing?

    Maybe Ellies’ time has come and gone. I thought she was done ten years ago, but you've got to hand it to her, she has staying power. What has she done on the council? I don’t know, but I don’t think she’s done any harm- and that’s actually saying something. Is she a poor communicator? She’s not the best. But did you catch Joanna Cole’s useless announcement at last Monday’s council meeting public forum? I think I heard crickets. Can we do better? Sure. Jeremy Ryan is obviously the best candidate for ward 7 councilor. Unfortunately he has the third best chance of winning. Ellie’s got the second best chance, so I’m voting for her. My wife is voting for Ryan.

    Cole will probably win, because unfortunately, meaningless things like BIG SIGNS(!) still matter in politics, but rest assured I am, and a million other bloggers are, working feverishly to obliterate all the paradigms around those sorts of things. Thanks for helping. And thank you for reading

  • At February 14, 2006 12:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hi Haik,

    It's Moe again. I brought my thesaurus with me this time to try to dissect some of those words you are using.

    If I remember correctly it was you that noticed the difference between the two City Councilors on the fluoridation issue. Silly head. I'd find it hard to believe that anyone would have the time to listen to all of your thesis on any matter as it may stand (that was suppose to be funny). You always seem to have to have the last word. I will admit you are becoming better at being fair. So let's let the voters decide the fate of the fluoride in the water system.

    You're right about the city probably not being able to afford the fluoride anyhow. But it could be worse. If the Republicans get into City Hall, we may have to start home-schooling our children.

    I really didn't mean to put the spin on you as to direct that Cole was new to our city politics like the two others. Whether or not Cole is new to Burlington, she has done more in the area of civic duties and involvement of the city of Burlington than King and Decelles have done in their entire lives combined. Unless they haven't mentioned something on their website yet. I noticed it was still under construction. Haik, maybe you can help them finish it before the end of the campaign?

    You know, I really haven't decided who I'm going to vote for either, other than the most obvious—not a Republican! Although I do like The Cowman. Just think, I used to be a Republican until Curious George got elected!

    Thanks for the correction on the puppet remark. You're right, that wasn't nice. My apologies to Kevin and Paul. I guess I overreacted, just like you did Haik. I agree, we are all puppets for some cause or another. It is just that some people obviously make better puppets than others.

    Again, I agree with you that Kevin Curley isn't going to win, but I disagree with you on the Cowman. I'd vote for him before I'd vote for Curley. I have to apologize to all the printers out there. It wasn't that I was degrading you, I was trying to make my point that Curley couldn't get a manager's position in any of the printing companies he has worked for over his lifetime. Now he wants to try and manage the City? Oh boy! In a sense, it was degrading to all printers by saying Curley was a printer. Sorry again!

    Well, if Ellie hasn't done any harm or any good, Haik, why not vote for her? At least she isn't going to vote to take away all of our essential services like Ryan and the dynamic team of fine Republicans. That leads me to ask, if by a very slim chance only one of the Republicans win the City Council seat, will that mean that he will only be half as effective without the other? You have to admit, this is the first time we have seen two candidates run together in Wards 4&7 as a team, at least that I can remember. I wonder if they go door-to-door with each other, you know, double up on the message. They may need to. I'm not buying it!

    I'm sorry, I didn't notice the crickets at the forum, but I did hear some throat clearing and a lot of "what was I going to say" and "no Paul, not the Governor, the Mayor". WOOPS!. I think Ellie deserves a couple votes from Paul just for helping out. I guess I would have been nervous too if I had to prefabricate everything I had to say. You should have spoken with your heart, boys. You would have done better and it would have been a lot easier. Curley and his crew would try to sell ice cubes to an Eskimo if they could. No offense to Eskimos.

    Haik, once again you're right about the big signs for Cole. That is what they look like to me, big signs. What about those TWELVE FOOT BILLBOARDS the Republicans have up and down North. Ave? WOW, oh man! Aren't they beautiful? Kevin Curley was right when he said last week in the Free Press, and I quote "I've always said that Burlington is starting to look like a little Boston." I can see why now.

  • At February 14, 2006 9:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Haik, It's Moe

    Fact check -The Free Press had Curley's name at the bottom of the Cowman's Quote. Woops on me! Either way, I agree.

    I've always said that Burlington is starting to look like a little Boston. If we allow our city to grow higher it will be. KEVIN CURLEY

    I think we should do a Moe and Haik Blog on the Topics Let me know

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