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Tonight at the LRBOD agenda meeting, at-large director Joan Adcock brought up the matter of the ineligible Ward 2 candidate Valerie Tatum.

This is a video of the limited discussion. 

Instead of doing the right thing and instructing city attorney Tom Carpenter to take legal action, they sat their on their fat asses and said nothing.

Don't fret troubled citizens, for several resident of Ward 2 are filing a lawsuit tomorrow and will do what the board is afraid to do.

Expect more details tomorrow.

If you thought things could not get any crazier, wait until you see Tatum's Campaign Contribution and Expenditure report.  

Tatum self-reports three illegal contributions that were in excess of permitted amounts to the tune of over $17,000 and failed to detail expenditures in excess of $34,000. Under Arkansas laws, individuals, political parties, county party committees, legislative caucus committees, and approved political action committees can contribute no more than $2,700 per candidate per election.

Tatum did a lousy job of filling out the form leaving out required details like addresses and places of employment as well as not explaining how funds were spent as previously mentioned.

Tatum claims to have a doctorate, but she had great difficulty in following the directions on how to properly fill out the form.

You know a complaint is on it's way about this to the Arkansas Ethics Commission as well as one for another LRBOD member, Doris Wright.

We can't make this shit up. 

#TimeForChange #CleanOutLRCityHall

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