"That is why I support higher standards for our cities ethics laws to ensure that every decision made is transparent.".....
Is that why she was fined by the State Ethics Commission for failing to file a Financial Disclosure Report? She refused to list and show proof of her sources of income, her revenue streams, property ownership, stock portfolio value, or controlling interests in any businesses. How do we know that there are no conflicts of interest? Who is she REALLY working on behalf of!!!??
Most of the candidates in District 5's race refused to file a Financial Disclosure Report with the State Ethics Commission. Of the 4 candidates running in District 5, only John Paul Michalik filed a Financial Disclosure Report – the report that sheds light on a candidate’s income, revenue streams, property ownership, and stock value - in order to make sure there are no conflicts of interest (ie brothers or billboard/celltower special interests). Natalyn Archibong, Christian Enterkin, and Matt Rinker all failed to file that report and have subsequently each been fined by the Campaign Finance Commission.
Search for each candidate's reports here: http://media.ethics.ga.gov/search/Late/Lat…
You can tell who really believes in ethics and transparency...and who just talks about it.
Will Christian Enterkin or Matt Rinker say nothing about being fined by the State Ethics commission?
This is cool. The idea sounds just like something one of the candidates for City Council proposed. There's a young techie running, Jon Jones, who has been talking about integrating a city government powered by technology. You should check out his website Jones4Atlanta.com
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