Fayetteville, N.C. – In a stunning revelation it has been discovered that Fayetteville mayoral candidate Mitch Colvin had placed his wife and children in danger of serious injury or death.
In 2003 Daisha S. Colvin filed a complaint and motion for a domestic violence protective order against mayoral candidate Henry Mitchell “Mitch” Colvin.
Now we see why the Fayetteville Observer included that caveat in their article about mayoral candidate Mitch Colvin’s quite extensive criminal record.
“The Observer is also including domestic violence protective orders when there were criminal charges involved [emphasis added], and civil or criminal cases regarding issues with payment of taxes.”
Clearly the Fayetteville Observer had discovered that a domestic violence complaint had been filed against their political favorite, Mitch Colvin, and didn’t want to report on it as they should have.
On that day in 2003 Daisha Colvin was scared. Daisha Colvin was in fear for her life and the lives of her children. So scared in fact that she went to a court magistrate and made it clear that mayoral candidate Mitch Colvin was dangerously violent.
And not just dangerously violent towards her, but also towards their children.
Mitch Colvin was acting so dangerously violent in fact that the Fayetteville Police Department took all the guns they could find away from Mitch Colvin.
Can Fayetteville voters really afford to put such a man in the mayor’s office? A man who acts so violently that his own wife feared him and his actions enough seek protection from the courts and law enforcement for her and their children?
What does it say about a man who treats women and children so viciously?
How can the voters be sure that mayoral candidate Mitch Colvin doesn’t harbor some kind of mentally unstable hatred towards women in general, or children for that matter? And how would that aberrant mentality play out in any of his decisions should he be elected as Fayetteville’s mayor?
The goal is to “clean the swamp”.
You only have one vote. Make it a vote for decency and don’t waste it on the likes of Mitch Colvin.