Your comments are incorrect and misleading on several levels. The current GOP leadership was not in place in 2010 when Commissioner Berger was elected. Secondly, due to NUMEROUS concerns regarding Commissioner Berger's seeming inability to effectively serve, Chairwoman Rhonda Amoroso placed this item on the agenda at one of the party's monthly executive committee meetings. Not a single person stood up to voice their concerns or introduce a motion that would address Commissioner Berger. Clearly, you are not that involved, otherwise you would have known this. You cannot blame Brian Berger on the Republican Party. He was recruited and supported by a specific group of individuals otherwise known as the Alliance for a Better Local Economy (ABLE). You can thank them for Brian Berger. Thirdly, anyone with an ounce of common sense can see that there is no comparison between Brian Berger and Melissa Gott. She is more than qualified for the position. She along with a dozen other people met with the Party's vetting committee, which was put into place to stop future Brian Berger's from occurring. Rather than being so concerned about what happened more than a year ago, it seems to me that your energy would be much better served by working to get out the conservative vote.
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