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Letter: Election -- Radio host doesn't follow through

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Posted: Thursday, January 12, 2012 4:41 pm | Updated: 11:36 am, Thu Feb 16, 2012.

I am disappointed with The Nearly Famous Barry Young. He once mentioned my name on his radio talk show. He even invited me to appear on his show as a guest. I sent an email to Andrew Babinski asking if that invitation was still open. Mr. Babinski never replied.

I am running for political office. I am seeking the District 3 seat on the Mesa City Council. District 3 is south of University, north of Guadalupe, and west of Country Club. The incumbent is Dennis Kavanaugh. My opponent contributed $100 to the campaign to recall Russell Pearce.

I went to the Mesa City Clerk and asked for a list of all City of Mesa employees who are drawing six-figure salaries. She graciously provided me with this list. There are 190 of them. The Mesa City Manager draws an annual salary of $196,892.80.

A few days after I registered as a candidate, Barry Young mentioned my name on his show. He focused more on my political party than on myself. American Third Position has been in existence for two years. A3P promotes the ethnic interests of white people. Merlin Miller is our candidate for president, and Virginia Abernethy is our candidate for vice president.

If Mr. Young does not follow through with his invitation, he will regret it. I may end up becoming famous, while he remains nearly famous.

Ralph Brandt

Mesa

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