There have been several controversies about Roger Goodman’s admitted marijuana use – before it was legal and, according to his ex-wife, when he was driving his kids. Certainly questionable behavior for an elected official, even though the Seattle Times thinks everything’s OK with (Not A) Goodman.
However, given a recent campaign mailer that showed up in 45th District mailboxes just before the primary, one has to wonder if perhaps (Not A) Goodman was, shall we say, “partaking” with Willie Nelson.
Errors abound on just one side of the mail piece. Most obviously, encouraging people to vote “Nov. 5” was a tad confusing, since the primary was Aug. 5 and the general election is Nov. 4 (or perhaps, maybe he was thinking back to the 2013 election date?). Also, members of Mothers Against Drunk Driving might wonder why he thought they were so possessive. As Shift has pointed out before, (Not A) Goodman claims he won a Legislator of the Year award, when no such award exists.
Maybe by the time he is ready to send out his general election mailers he will have cleared his head, or at least hired a proof reader.
If you haven’t already, click here to see the mailer.