Tyler Vogt: Open Letter to Tucson City Councilwoman Shirley Scott

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, May 24, 2011
CONTACT:  Vince Luongo

Tucson, AZ – Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Dear Mrs. Scott:

I am writing to inform you that I have officially submitted my paperwork to run for City Council, Ward 4 in the 2011 Tucson City Election.

I offer you the opportunity to resign from this race with your dignity and your reputation intact. If you choose to remain in the race, you will be opting for a complete exhibition of your performance as a city council member. This information will be presented to the public without personal attacks. It is, after all, your record.

Our city’s future is at stake and the citizens of Tucson cannot afford to have the city continue in decline as we are currently witnessing. The citizens of Tucson deserve to have a knowledgeable, motivated individual seeking to change our city’s course from the sunset of past failures to the dawn of Tucson’s prosperous future.

I am that motivated individual and I take this election and our city’s future as an imperative “must win” situation, both for my family’s future and our city’s longevity. I believe the citizens of Tucson will agree.

Respectfully,

Tyler Vogt

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Comments

  1. “I offer you the opportunity to resign from this race with your dignity and your reputation intact.”

  2. “I offer you the opportunity to resign from this race with your dignity and your reputation intact.”

    Translated from Crazy:

    “I don’t have any kind of warchest to fight you with, so I’m hoping I can try to intimidate you into dropping out the race with vague threats”.

  3. Bernard,

    Maybe Tyler can hire you to write him a poem that would persuade her to do the same? I’m sure you can come up with something in her language.

    • Heh. I’m not sure Mr. Vogt would want to have the man who wrote “A Warning to Levi Johnston from the Colonists of LV-426” and “Cereal Aisle Racist” writing copy for him…

  4. Phillip the Great says

    What does her race have to do with it? Can you really resign from a race, even if you really really wanted to?

  5. This boy needs some Charmin – extra strong – to clean himself up. He not only has an arse, he IS,….

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