Reports continue to surface that call into question Josh Mandel’s willingness to do the job he was elected by Ohioans to do. As we reported last week Josh Mandel has a problem showing up to Board of Deposits meetings since being elected Treasurer in 2010. By ‘problem’ I mean not once has he made it to one of the monthly Board of Deposits meetings since taking office in 2010. He is O for 14.

Why hasn’t Mandel made it to a single Board of Deposits meeting yet? Well, that’s the thing, no one can figure out why. What we know is he missed the Board meeting in December for a fundraiser in D.C. and the January meeting to do a radio interview.

Besides that it seems that Mandel sometimes slips into a black hole of time according to documents released last week.  On five occasions when the Board of Deposits was meeting Mandel had nothing scheduled on his calendar. On two other occasions Mandel blocked out time on his calendar for the meeting but he did not attend. On four other dates Mandel scheduled time to meet with advisors except that, according to meeting minuets, those advisors were at the Board meeting he was to be attending.

Of the 14 Board of Deposit meetings he did not attend on two separate occasions he skipped the meeting due to campaign reasons. For the other 12 meetings he seems to be lacking an excuse. That is a whole year’s worth of meetings that Mandel skipped and can not account for where he was. When asked by the Huffington Post earlier this week what the Treasurer’s explanation was for missing the Board meetings, his campaign’s response was less than stellar.

Unger did not immediately answer a request for comment on the apparent gaps in his boss’s schedule.

Really? No answer at all. You couldn’t make something up like , ‘The reason the Treasurer was unable to make those meetings is because he lives in reality that is devoid of time and space.’ At least that would have been an answer. Instead we get the all too common line from the Mandel campaign when anyone asks them a question of, ‘we will get back to you with that later.’

There is being an overly ambitious politician and then there is being horrible at your job. I can live with politicians who over-reach, I understand that. What is inexcusable is politicians who simply see each position as a stepping stone to the next big thing and don’t care about serving the people that elected them. That is Josh Mandel’s problem. Not only are his eye’s too big for his stomach but it’s clear he has no desire to perform the duties he was elected to do.

Evangelize!
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  • WILLIAM PARSONS

    OOPS

  • Demydo

    This snot nosed little boy needs to go home to Mommy so she can put him to bed with his bankie.  It’s for sure that his in-law family is not going to cater to his wants and self absorbed needs.

  • Debbie Rudy-Lack

    Your last paragraph sums up Mandel very well….each job has been a stepping stone for the next….hope the majority of Ohioans see it as well and vote against him in November…..

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3WBJDQ3CC677NHX4YRCJHD6OZE Tremont

    The irony here is he would be the first to criticize welfare mothers for taking government money and not working.

  • JLM452

    Why don’t you ask the boys at Third Base Politics? They all seem to have quite a man-crush on Joshie.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Carrie-Preston/100000765994211 Carrie Preston

    If in the last 4 years I missed parent teacher mid-term pick up 14 times with 2 of them missed for looking for another job…….my principal, the board, and all taxpayers would have my head—and my job!!! Do you really think I will vote for this non-working pos? If he would win he still won’t work. He will just blatantly not show up for any of his duties and I would doubt that he would show up to do any voting that he was elected to do.

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