The endorsements come at a time when Fowler is facing increased scrutiny of her decades-long criminal record, including assault, harassment (two counts), disorderly conduct, receiving stolen property, and numerous DUI’s.
HBG Attorney claims that Koplinski, Papenfuse, Fowler, others are patronizing the black community for votes
Ellison specifically referred to Carrie Fowler as a “culture vulture,” who is condescending the black community by offering Huggies and Middleswarth chips in exchange for support.
Gloria Martin-Roberts used strong words to excoriate incumbant Mayor Eric Papenfuse, accusing him of defamation of character, and she highlighted a pattern of his dirty political tactics.
It was also revealed that Fowler was sentenced to serve a period of probation as punishment for her decades-long crime spree. Ellison was outraged by this and said, “After all those charges? She should be under the damn prison by now.”
Dauphin County Judge Andrew Dowling issued his decision that Otto Banks does live in Harrisburg, thus delivering a blow to James Pianka’s attempt to have him removed from the ballot.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Lewis Butts, a democrat candidate for Harrisburg Mayor, appeared on the Shoopin It Real podcast this week to discuss his bid for […]
Attorney James Ellison has a long and checkered past in Harrisburg as a key player in its financial collapse. Now he is managing the mayoral campaign of Otto Banks.
Former Councilman Otto Banks voted for the incinerator debt and he stands by that vote saying, “All the information at that time, and with the financial condition of the city, it was essential that we vote in the affirmative to pass it,” stated former city council member Otto Banks. “We had no other plan in place. No other choices. We wanted to see Harrisburg grow and thrive and we knew we couldn’t build Camelot on a swamp of debt.”
In the Harrisburg Mayoral election, it has been alleged that the incumbent mayor and his high priced donor summoned hired men from his personal staff to intimidate campaign workers and voters at the polls.