More problems for problematic candidate
In an article titled, Bouie Unfit? Judge for yourself, District 6 House candidate Tony Bouie is exposed for more than simply lying about his voter registration. The lifelong Democrat who opportunistically switched parties a mere five days prior to filing his intent to run for the state legislature has a history of major financial irresponsibility and vehicular infractions that should have been revealed with proper vetting by his political recruiters.
That Tony Bouie had the temerity to charge his rival, Carl Seel, with being ticketed for driving without proof of insurance and a now resolved threat of foreclosure, is laughable under the circumstances. His own foreclosure, initial bankruptcy filing and leaving his creditors with losses n excess of a quarter million dollars is reprehensible.
The information detailed on Growing Our Party blog tells the story of fiscal and vehicular tribulations, including Criminal Felony Speeding and driving on a suspended driver’s license. Such a background would cause any reasonable person to retreat from venturing onto the political landscape. Politics is not for the faint of heart. It is also not for those who cannot withstand public scrutiny.
Tony Bouie has shown himself to be an embarrassment to his supporters. It is time for him to step down.