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Anonymous said... 1:07 makes an excellent point. The voters are being denied transparency when the mayor refused to answer the council's questions.
September 9, 2012 5:25 PMIreton's Wiki Bio talks about his transparency platform. Typical Democrat lies.
James (Jim) P. Ireton, Jr. is an American politician, who was elected the mayor of Salisbury, Maryland in a municipal election on April 7, 2009.
Ireton assumed office on April 20, 2009. He is the city's first openly gay mayor.
Ireton was elected with 58% of the vote, while his opponent Gary Comegys earned 41% of the vote. There were 2,647 votes cast in the election, 21% of the registered voters in Salisbury, MD.
Ireton ran on a platform of transparency in government, reducing crime, cleaning up the Wicomico River, and revitalizing Salisbury neighborhoods.
Ireton's office has three goals which guide their work: improving neighborhood integrity, crime reduction, and improving the health of the Wicomico River.