Campaigning not appreciated
Dear Mr. Ron Mikulaco “Mik”
Last Saturday at our Clarksville Day event several people came up to me and complained that you were aggressively campaigning and that they did not think it was at all appropriate. When someone pointed you out, I approached you and asked you to stop. I explained that it was not appropriate and it was our policy not to let anyone use the event for political campaigning. You said that you understood. I had hardly walked away when you started campaigning again. I called over to you “stop campaigning” you acknowledged my comment. But later I saw you campaigning again. Does your word mean nothing to you?
By this time I was very disturbed at your total disregard and lack of respect for me and the policies of the historical society. With the help of our sponsors we put on Clarksville Day as a fun family event to let people know about the rich and colorful history of our area.
The kind of “in-your-face” campaigning you were conducting has no place at an event like Clarksville Day. Many people told me that they found it offensive. I would have thought that you would know better.
Clarksville Region Historical Society
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