That Was a Close One — But It’s All Over Now! No Recount in Fullerton!

Diddy and wrecked car

That was close, but — Diddy is safe! Repeat, Diddy is safe!  (That’s more than Travis Kiger can say right now.)

They don’t come much closer than the Fullerton City Council election — a 29 vote margin —  but now it’s over.

Flory victory statement -- no recount

Presuming (and it’s a pretty fair presumption) that Lucinda Williams is right about today being the deadline, that’s it.  No recount.  It’s over.  For those keeping score, that means I was wrong about another prediction about the race (although overall I’m still doing pretty well.)

That Dec. 4 Council meeting, though — I wonder what it will be like.  Who will be Mayor?  Who will be Vice-Mayor?  Who will show up to comment and what will they have to say?  What will be said back to them?  Your thoughts are welcome in comments.

I think I can speak for the blog in saying that we’re glad that it’s over.  Congratulations to the winner and to those who did not win but fought hard and well.

About Greg Diamond

Somewhat verbose attorney, semi-retired due to disability, residing in northwest Brea. Occasionally runs for office against bad people who would otherwise go unopposed. Got 45% of the vote against Bob Huff for State Senate in 2012; Josh Newman then won the seat in 2016. In 2014 became the first attorney to challenge OCDA Tony Rackauckas since 2002; Todd Spitzer then won that seat in 2018. Every time he's run against some rotten incumbent, the *next* person to challenge them wins! He's OK with that. Corrupt party hacks hate him. He's OK with that too. He does advise some local campaigns informally and (so far) without compensation. (If that last bit changes, he will declare the interest.)