Nov. 2, 2015 at 8:03pm
TACOMIC Greatest Hits 2015 (more or less)
helpful moral compass HOW TO for initiative 1 voting.
SEVEN reasons to vote NO on initiative 1.
Two sides of the $15 NOW initiative 1.
Helpful information mailer from KNOW15.com shell chamber of commerce organization.
BE one of the cool kids Tacoma Voters!
Vote to Keep Pierce County Services Building
I actually voted to build it. HA!
Better than an abandoned hospital.
what will we complain about when all the potholes are gone?
Can always be a vigilante pothole filler...
last year's big proposition to fix the potholes failed.
VOTE FOR ANDERS IBSEN! The "Millennial" Candidate!
VOTE FOR KEITH BLOCKER! Dude knows what it is like to be homeless AND legally blind! PLUS he is not Tom McCarthy!
Poor Justin didn't make it past the primary. Maybe next time!
Drunk driver Ryan Mello is running unopposed! Yay! He's not so bad. Maybe stick to public transportation next time dawg.
VIRTUALLY EVERYONE hates Anders Ibsen. Not a bad endorsement in itself!
Apathetic, no-show voters could play the most crucial role this election cycle. I personally blame the absence of the 'i voted' hard copy sticker. Thanks the $15 Now victory Julie Anderson!
NOT PICTURED: Do not vote for the "Strong Mayor" initiative. It was written by meat heads and is totally messed up yo.
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