In a sound bite worthy of the World Wrestling Federation, former Ada County commissioner Sharon Ullman challenges her two primary opponents to a debate on the issues. She faces Steve Kimball and Jay Larsen in a three-way Republican primary.
In a press release she bemoans the lack of interest in the campaign and is open to any format, moderator, or location to offer the public an opportunity to “compare the candidates.”
Even the Daily Paper has refused to make an endorsement in that race. They note Ullman is smart and informed, but “doesn’t play well with others.” The others don’t attend commish meetings or understand the budget process.
Perhaps an “ultimate fighter” format in a caged arena with former Bronco broadcaster Paul J. Schneider doing the play-by-play would generate some interest?
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