Inglewood City Clerk Election Offers an Honest Choice

Thursday, March 19, 2015 Written by 
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When Inglewood voters go to the polls on April 7, 2015, they will have a clear choice for Inglewood City Clerk. Yvonne Horton, Inglewood City Clerk, is the experienced, intelligent and honest choice for re-election as Inglewood’s City Clerk. No one seems to know much about her opponent.  An investigation revealed that her opponent has never voted in any Inglewood Municipal elections despite her desire to become the Chief Election Officer of the City of Inglewood. 


Conversely, City Clerk Horton has over a decade of experience as Inglewood City Clerk, Office Manager, and Clerk to the City Council.  She has also successfully managed over 24 elections, including several initiatives, and is a 35-year resident of the City of Inglewood. Clerk Horton, by all accounts, is doing an exceptional job.  She is a champion for voter registration, education, and participation. She has also been active in the community, helping to educate and empower Inglewood residents.


During her tenure as Inglewood City Clerk, Horton has improved the service levels in the office of the City Clerk and has demonstrated fiscal responsibility.  Her leadership has initiated several measures that have improved the integrity, transparency, and accountability of the election process.


Her opponent’s official name is Kesha Reajohne Bristow however; she is registered to vote as Ms. Mitchell.  According to the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder, she has never voted in any Inglewood Municipal Elections.


Furthermore, a review of the official ‘Ballot Designation Worksheet’ and LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, revealed that she lied about her work experience and has no experience as a City Clerk. Specifically, on her ‘Ballot Designation Worksheet,’ it appears as though she lied about being in public service and has never been elected to public office. 


Ms. Mitchell also lied about operating a business in Inglewood as a management consultant.  She does not have an Inglewood City Business Tax License or Business Tax Certificate and, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder, she does not have a Fictitious Business DBA and with various business tax agencies, she is not registered as doing business in California. 


As a registered voter in the City of Inglewood this reporter finds that City Clerk Yvonne Horton is an honest, smart, and clear choice for Inglewood City Clerk, with a solid record of efficient and responsive public service.





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