Four-term incumbent Seattle City Council member Richard Conlin loves to tout his "civic engagement," but it turns out Seattle wasn't the first city this two-timing politician was engaged to. You won't find it on any of his current resumes, but back in the 1970s, isn't it weird that while living in East Lansing, Michigan, Conlin shockingly served two terms on the Ingham County, Michigan Board of Commissioners?
Which raises the question, Richard: Where do your true loyalties lie? Back with your first love, Ingham County, or with your trophy wife, Seattle? And after our 16-year civic engagement, can Seattle voters really trust you not to jilt us the way you jilted your old lover, East Lansing? Or will we wake up one morning to find a note on your pillow, and you civically engaged to a younger, prettier city someplace else?