Only yesterday, former Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle filed his campaign treasurer papers with the City Secretary's Office and made it all official-like: He's running for Dallas mayor. His website launched this morning -- so too the requisite Facebook and Flickr pages and Twitter account. And I see yardsigns, like the one at right, are already available.
Also making its bow: Ron Natinsky's for-mayor site, till now only a coming-soon placeholder. There, the council member makes his pitch: "Ron builds consensus rather than divides. He looks for solutions, not scapegoats. He leads through diplomacy instead of attacking through ambush." In short: He's a lover, not a fighter. Strange, though: Angela Hunt's website, which yesterday led off with an item about the Lower Greenville planned development district, is currently drawing a blank. Hmmm. (Update: Hunt sends word: Just a glitch, as the host ISP switched servers. "A coincidence," she says, laughing.)
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