The Polk County Democrats cannot seem to decide if they are bothered by nonpartisan city and school elections or if they want to be heavily involved in the same nonpartisan city and school elections.
It was a Jekyll and Hyde day on Facebook for the Polk County Democrats on Wednesday.
Late in the evening, the group was decrying the Dallas County GOP hosting Waukee and Earlham school board candidates at next week’s Dallas County GOP Roundup.
“Nothing to see here, folks,” wrote the Polk County Democrats. “Just the ‘nonpartisan’ Warriors and Wolves United for Waukee speaking at another Republican fundraiser.”
They also whined about Southeast Polk School Board candidates appearing together.
“Although they’ve had at least two fundraisers together, these three Republicans running for the Southeast Polk School Board swear they’re not running as a ticket (riiiiiiiight),” the Polk County Democrats wrote.
An hour before that post they were fuming about Deb Davis, who is running for Johnston School Board.
“In case you saw some random person walking around Johnston schools the day after the mask vote last month, it was just Republican Deb Davis praying at everyone who was taking health precautions during a global pandemic,” the Polk County Democrats wrote.
Yes, the Polk County Democrats took issue with someone who was hoping to pray with students at the See You At The Pole event and walked around the school to pray for students, staff and families.
This was the post from Davis the Polk County Dems highlighted:
During the same hour, Polk County Dems were triggered by Morgan Hughes, who is running for school board in Waukee.
“The Warriors and Wolves United for Waukee now decry that masks have become a focal point of the school board election… even though they’re campaigning solely on masks and their objections to “critical race theory” which isn’t being taught in the schools.