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Antioch Mayor Seeks Second Term, to Hold Campaign Kick-Off Event

by ECT

Antioch Mayor Sean Wright is getting and early start on the 2020 election announcing he will be seeking a 2nd term as Mayor. This week he is hosting a campaign kick-off event.

During the event, Wright will share more of his goals and plans going forward.

“I am not done, we have made some good progress, but there is a lot of work to do,” said Wright. “I am committed to making Antioch the place we all want to live, work and play.”

The event will take place on May 1 from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm at the Lone Tree Golf Course at the Lone Tree Golf and Event Center.  The event will feature dinner, networking and conversation with Mayor Wright.

Buffer Dinner Options:

  • $20: dinner
  • $50: dinner + donation
  • $99: dinner + donation
  • $250: dinner + donation
  • $500: dinner + donation
  • $1,000: dinner + donation

Those attending our encouraged to RSVP at www.mayorseanwright.com

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MEV Apr 30, 2019 - 12:16 am


Ramona Mayon Apr 30, 2019 - 8:08 am

I’ve had to deal with this office for the past year and he is NOT a politician. Staff is in charge – he isn’t. The man has NO leadership qualities.

Also, why is there a taxpayer-funded “branding campaign” costing in excess of $300,000 (just 2018-2019 alone) AND it was just announced a contract worth almost $1,500,000 rehab of Antioch City Hall?

There are quite a few people who need help in Antioch. Why would $2,000,000 be spent on cosmetics?

Mayor Sean Wright couldn’t even get a WARMING center open for the homeless … much less keep actual residents from becoming homeless. That’s what HUD gives the City a bucket of CDBG money for … to the tune of about $750K every year.

In light of these grand gestures (more suitable for Silicone Valley instead of one of the poorest towns on the edge of the Delta), I have to wonder, in dollars and cents, just how much of that Federal money actually gets to where it’s supposed to be going to, that is to say, to the “housing insecure”?

M.R. May 1, 2019 - 7:08 pm

No thanks! I’ve seen enough of this “leadership.”

Duke Nukem May 2, 2019 - 7:27 am

Sorry to say, the mayor and council haven’t exhibited the ability to get it done.

Meg May 8, 2019 - 10:35 pm

OMG this guy should have just stayed in his quackery and not tried to run a city.
The last guy was garbage but he had to deal with the housing crisis…how then during this boom does Antioch look worse now than 5 yrs ago?

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