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The Plain Dealer of Cleveland weighs in on Dale Mallory and CityLink

Thursday, February 23, 2006

House of Mallory II
The Plain Dealer

From the land of the Tafts and Lukens, here's the latest report on the Democratic Mallory family's dynasty-building efforts in Cincinnati.

Short version: A stumble.

Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory's brother, Dale, was impeached earlier this week as president of an inner-city community council. Dale Mallory backed a plan to build a 100,000-square-foot center to serve the homeless, drug addicts and the mentally ill. There was deep opposition to the plan -- the vote to remove him was 31-10.

Dale is running for a seat in the Ohio General Assembly, the same House district his dad, Bill Mallory Sr., held for 28 years. The road to Columbus looks a little bumpier now.

On the other hand, Hamilton County Muny Court Judge Bill Mallory Jr. is moving up to the Common Pleas bench without having to campaign at all. No Republican filed for the judgeship.

--Bill Sloat

Dale Mallory is a sinking ship. Link

5 Comments:

Anonymous Fred Garvin said...

Dale is quickly becoming a poltical liability for the entire Mallory clan.

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is going to be hard for them to make this story go away. Mallory will again have to tell his own community that his vote didn't count.

9:36 AM  
Anonymous Watchdog said...

I can see this situation mushrooming.

12:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Democrats have to be scratching their heads on that candidate. How do you make Dale go away?

5:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stan Chesley brokered a the deal that republican Sundermann would get a free ride if Mallory got a free ride as judge. Mallory deals in smoke filled closed door meetings STINK! The Mallorys are abusing their power and overreaching. Trying to elect that criminal Dale will send the family down in flames.

9:14 PM  

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