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TIM MAHONEY

Affidavits filed by law enforcement officials seeking search warrants in the investigation into a robbery and assault incident targeting Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney's son give a clearer picture of the incident.
Should people with business before the Fargo City Commission have to worry about their personal politics inviting attacks from the city's elected leaders?
After a October 2021 robbery incident, Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney contacted police detectives, presuming to tell them not to follow a particular line of inquiry, and casting himself as part of the investigatory team. Mahoney says his son was a victim in the robbery.
Burgum urged NDGOP convention attendees to back Shannon Roers Jones and her campaign to be mayor of Fargo.

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Mahoney declared his bid for reelection on Tuesday, Feb. 1, joining at least four others on the June ballot.
Roers Jones is currently a state representative, having been elected to the House from District 26 in 2016.
Procedure to place it on ballot for voters to be discussed
Mayor Tim Mahoney said he wanted the City Commission to make the decision on whether he could seek another term and voted against taking it to court, along with Commissioner Dave Piepkorn.
The 28-question survey obtained by Forum News Service gauged respondents' interest in the prospect of state Rep. Shannon Roers Jones running for mayor of North Dakota's largest city and billed the Republican lawmaker as a champion of law enforcement, fiscal responsibility, tax reduction, criminal justice reform and term limits.
Mayor Dr. Tim Mahoney is surprised the court ruling came as quickly as it did.

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Goldwyn writes, "His assertion before the ruling that he would run again regardless of what the court said just goes to show that he is yet another career politician more interested in holding onto power than he is in doing what is best for Fargo. "
The drawn out battle over Mahoney's eligibility for another term resolved in his favor Tuesday
Goren writes, "Meeting after meeting shows 3-2 City Commission votes that go in the favor to the tax and spend liberals. Whether its hiring a $200,000/year diversity director or putting a review board over the police department, the vote is always 3-2 with Mayor Mahoney cheerleading the socialist agenda."

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