Enney narrowly leading in Paso Robles school board race

April 18, 2023

Kenneth E. Enney Jr.


Kenney Enney has a narrow lead in the race for a seat on the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Board. Enney leads by six votes against his opponent Angela Hollander.

The San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder’s Office tallied 9,434 ballots by 8 p.m. Of those votes, Enney received 4,720, or 50.03%, while Hollander garnered 4,714 votes, or 49.97%. It is unclear how many of the 30,879 ballots mailed to voters are left to be counted.

Enney is a retired Marine Corp intelligence officer and local rancher. Hollander worked as a neonatal intensive care nurse, a coordinator at First 5 SLO County and as a manager for the community Foundation.

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How does it take until mid-May to count such a small number of votes? That alone opens up the possibility of vote tampering.

The DMV does a good job of registering voters, are you a citizen? do you have a social security number? would you like to register to vote? etc. Who needs to worry about the tampering with the final count.

Well, a 28.5 proficiency in math from graduating seniors tells us that these people probably can’t add 2+2….

Sure, just ask Fox News, they are experts in voter fraud. Oops, maybe not.