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Monday, November 5, 2012

Here's How Ivory Madison Plans to Vote in the District 5 Supervisor Race (Video)

Posted By on Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 8:29 AM

Ross Mirkarimi's neighbor, Ivory Madison, is back in the limelight again, but this time, she's going after Supervisor Christina Olague, who, as Madison claims, thinks it's okay for a cop to abuse his wife and still run a law enforcement agency.

The really rich anti-Olague folks put together this last-minute slam against the District 5 supervisor, who voted to reinstate Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi after a long nine-month drama that stemmed from a bruise he gave his wife during a domestic dispute last year.

If you haven't heard enough from Madison ...

As you can see in this roughly one-minute video, Madison recaps her role

in the Ross Mirkarimi saga (minus any talk of a law degree), and

why she now wouldn't vote for Olague for District 5 supervisor. In fact,

she emphatically stated she'd vote for anyone but Olague.

Well, perhaps there is one vote Julian Davis after all.

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