Check back, periodically, for more information that will be added, including more
evidence to prove the wrongful actions of Cutting's opponent, Paula O'Neil
CUTTING'S VISION: NEW FACE, NEW VOICE, NEW IDEAS,
TRUE INTEGRITY, AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR WRONGFUL ACTIONS
Running for YOU because YOU deserve better
Cutting made ballot placement by getting the required 3,049 valid petitions signed by Pasco County registered voters so
her name would appear on the ballot in November. Thank you to all who helped make it happen!
Click here to read the letter
Don't let yourselves be deceived into thinking that informing you of wrongs committed in office is running a negative campaign. Actually, letting you know what wrongs are being committed is a positive thing so we could take action to make our government better. Public officials don't want you to know what they are doing behind your back so they deceive the people and make them think that if their opponents try to expose them it is running a negative campaign.
With that said, be well informed before you go to the polls and vote by clicking on the links and reading the wrongful actions on this web site that are hurting all of us.
Don't rely on the the news media to tell you the truth as they are very bias, specifically, the Tampa Bay Times who made the people believe lies to help Cutting's opponent win re-election in 2012. Cutting's opponent and the Tampa Bay Times exploited Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case to help O'Neil win re-election in 2012. See the evidence under the link below that states "Cutting is Running for a Cause, Including Accountability for Wrongful Actions." You need proof to prove what the Times publishes, otherwise, you can't believe what they say without clear and convincing evidence to back up their claims.
CUTTING IS MY NAME AND CUTTING IS MY PLAN!
Corruption, wrongful actions and abuse of power hurts all of us and should never be tolerated by any public official.
Two examples of wasteful spending is Cutting's opponent spending $27,000 on office furniture and $16,000 on a seal. That is $43,000 that could have been used to benefit the people.
No one would be denied access to public records they are entitled by law to receive.
Cutting took a Pledge of her commitment to Open Government, Public Records, and Open Meetings Laws with the First Amendment Foundation. Click here to view the signed document and the video Cutting created by clicking the links next to Cutting's name.
Open government is huge on Cutting's list because Cutting would have nothing to hide. The people would have full and easy access to all government income and expenses in the clerk's office.Cutting is huge on full and easy access to public records and would never deny public records to anyone that they are entitled by law to receive.
This would help to get problems resolved immediately.
This would help cut down on errors and wrongful actions from employees.
People would know Cutting is there serving them since the law only requires the elected clerk of court to show up for work about 6 days out of the whole year.
Cutting would not allow wrongful actions under her belt.
Cutting would never allow lies, deceit and gossip in the clerk's offices.
Cutting would get to know all employees and encourage them to come forward with wrongful conduct they are aware of.
Cutting would hold a monthly meeting with employees and adhere to any concerns they have and educate them on appropriate conduct to the public and to each other.
Cutting would provide incentives for employees for going above and beyond the call of duty and for reporting wrongful conduct.
Cutting would treat all employees with the same respect as Cutting would expect them to treat her.
The only requirement is to be a registered voter in Pasco County to become the Pasco County Clerk of Court.
The state transitions a new clerk of court into office by providing the training she needs. Click here to see the letter Cutting received in 2012.
The elected clerk of court is only required to show up for work about 6 days out of the whole year. It does not take much education, experience, or even degrees when the elected clerk is only required to show up every 60 days currently. Click here for the law that pertains to that. Our Florida Constitution , Article X, Section 3, states that under vacancy in office. Click here to read an article about Pasco's previous clerk of court, Jed Pittman, admitting that he did not have to show up for work but only 8 days out of the whole year. Cutting believes this is so wrong and that is one reason Cutting has an open door policy so people will know Cutting is there serving them.
Like what was stated above, Cutting has an Office System Technology Degree, a Paralegal Degree and a Bachelor's Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, but those degrees do nothing for you, so don't let yourselves be deceived by thinking that education matters when it really doesn't. What really matters is what is going on in the office and what we all need to do to make positive changes. There is no requirement to be the elected clerk of court except to be a registered voter in Pasco County.
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