|To the Editor: Mandel should focus on his own job|
|Written by Mike Zickar|
|Tuesday, 22 May 2012 08:54|
I find it funny that Josh Mandel came to Wood County on a "jobs" tour. Mandel is good at putting on a hard hat, but he isn't very good at showing up for his current job.
As treasurer, it took him over a year to show up to his first meeting of the Board of Deposits, a monthly meeting he is supposed to chair.
He took six months past the deadline to file a personal financial disclosure report and he has hired unqualified college buddies to work in his office (some with 6 figured salaries).
Instead of parading around the state trying to look like somebody who creates jobs, Mandel should first prove to us that he can actually perform his current job.
In the private sector, one doesn't ask for a promotion unless they are doing a good job in their current position.
Meanwhile, Sen. Sherrod Brown shows up to his job every single day, fighting for everyday middle-class Ohioans.
Mandel should learn a lesson from his opponent: Actions matter much more than photo opportunities.
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