The follow-up to looking in to all of the hullabaloo about Donna Brown will be simple and blunt and rather than provide the usual details, it will refer you to unanswered damning particulars that are already easy to find in the public domain. Liberty Dispatch has dedicated itself to better government in Liberty County, in Texas, and in the entire country without regard to political party or friendship. Donna Brown has been our most difficult test as the follow up to the original article has had to change writers’ due to friendship and the disappointment that comes with high expectations. This two article series will simply end with the following generalities in the form of suggestions and the conclusion that District Clerk Donna Brown needs to withdraw from the race and try and get her name off of the ballots before they are printed.
If Donna Brown wanted to open Purse and Perfume, a shop for women, she could have rented space near the courthouse not in the courthouse. She shouldn’t have used courthouse space and she shouldn't have run for District Clerk. If she wanted to run Drop the Kid Off Daycare, she could have rented a space near the courthouse, not use the peoples courthouse. She shouldn’t have used the courthouse and shouldn't have run for District Clerk. If Donna Brown wanted to ignore the district courts and the laws governing the District Clerk’s office she should have done anything but run for District Clerk.
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