Oxnard Mayor Candidate Tim Flynn Interview


By Peter K. Godinez, Community Ambassador

Ed. note: Local businessman Peter Godinez interviewed Oxnard Mayor candidate Tim Flynn on his background, why public service and running for council, how he’d go about it, what are his priorities and what is his future vision of our community of Oxnard.

Here is the 11+ minute video:

Peter K. Godinez is a longtime document management professional in the information services industry, as well as a Citizen of Oxnard who desires to see this community thrive to the best of its abilities and potential.

LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/petergodinez

Peter Godinez
Education & Public Sector Account Executive
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Tel: 800-769-2679
Cell: (818) 430-6945

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3 Responses to Oxnard Mayor Candidate Tim Flynn Interview

  1. Gloria Postel October 20, 2018 at 10:04 am

    Eric Dee…. You touch on a peeve of mine, actually two peeves. If you look for bias or poor grammar you can find it everywhere. Watch the Oxnard City Council for bias and long-winded dissertations. Read the financial newspapers, Barron’s or The Wall Street Journal, for example. Listen, read or watch any “professional” media and while you are at it, check out the foreign press. Take a look at our schools’ textbooks. They are rife with errors. Shucks, it is everywhere. Now to your note. You were unclear as to the perceived bias. Was the article favorable to the mayoral candidate or unfavorable? I thought it was a fluff piece. I know how I voted (by mail) and I made my decision before and without that article. I reached my conclusions by watching the City Council behavior of avoidance and blame over the past years, and then all the problems and additional expenses they have brought to the taxpaying citizens of Oxnard. I just opened my Property Tax bill and found a new tax for the new district. That’s another issue…

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  2. Eric Dee October 19, 2018 at 4:46 pm

    He’s a “Mayoral candidate” or a “candidate for Mayor,” not a “Mayor Candidate!”

    This is one of the reasons I find your articles suspect to more than just grammatical errors. Often times the bias shown is to the extreme.

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