Mike Crotts’s Desperate Bid to Get Back on Taxpayer Dole Might End Again

Because, yet again, his residency is problematic.

Two years after Mike Crotts was disqualified from running for state Senate District 17, questions have resurfaced concerning whether he lives in the district as he makes another bid for the seat.

In 2006, a state administrative law judge ruled Crotts was not qualified to run in the Republican primary because he maintained a permanent residence in Henry County, about 1 mile outside the district line.

Is being in the state legislature so cushy that he is desperate to get back? It’s like he lost his precious and is hunting Frodo to get it back.

13 comments

  1. Icarus says:

    ‘Crotts said he’s perplexed by his neighbors’ claims.

    “I’ve tried every way I know to be a friendly neighbor and everything else to let people know I’m there. I don’t know what else to do,” he said. ‘

    Do any of the rest of you who live in your residence try every way you know to let people know you’re there? Seems like a strange goal to me.

  2. Concerned Georgian says:

    Margaritas do require water. Although Icarus would be a better expert than I on this subject…

  3. CHelf says:

    Can he explain what the K-9 cop driving him around at the Walton Co. Political Forum hit? They hit something leaving, got out and looked, and then left.

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