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  1. District Leader Anthony T. Jones needs to be removed from his position. He is threatening polls workers and calling them “dead weight” for not distributing palm cards which is against the law for a poll worker. He says: “You can be a poll worker with the board of elections but don’t have to work in my community!”He uses this meetings to run his campaign for office and tell people who to vote for in the elections. He prays on the elderly and the less fortunate, non-working class. He is arrogant and unprofessional. He gets upset when members can’t attend his meetings due to work and conflicted schedules. He got into a brawl with one of his members from the democratic club on the street Pitkin Avenue while waiting for the doors to be open for a Saturday meeting about coming to meetings. He needs to understand that he is in office to work for the people and not the other way around. A lot of people are complaining about his attitude but are afraid to speak up.

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