Friday, September 17, 2010

HD-145: Willie Talton avoids debating with Fenika Miller, fears losing his House Seat

Which I predict he will (lose his seat) come Nov 2.

When a candidate, a incumbent candidate avoids debating his challenger, that's a sign of fear over losing his seat.

Over in Warner Robins, the race for House District 145 is one of the few seats that are in play for the democrats as Fenika Miller battles Willie Talton for the right to represent the North Houston County Seat in the Georgia General Assembly.

But Talton, a 34 yrs Law Enforcement Officer from Houston has gotten a case of stage fright as he has been ducking debating Miller on issues ranging for economic development for Warner Robins, affordable housing, & funding for Houston Co. Schools.

After seeing Miller speak at the Georgia Federation of Democratic Women's Luncheon last weekend, I see why he's been duckin' & dodgin', slidin' & hidin" from Mrs. Miller, works in Real Estate & manages a affordable housing community in Perry & who's husband is also in Law Enforcement (Police Sergeant & Detective for the Ft Valley P.D.)

It appears that Talton's people are telling him not to debate Miller, in fear of looking out of touch with the concerns of the rapidly growing city of Warner Robins, which is home to Robins Air force Base. Miller has built a broad coalition of support from democrats & republican voters in the district that is 39% African-American.

If you ask voters what has Willie Talton done since being elected in 2005, no one can come up with a answer.

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