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Frank Scott Jr. is campaigning during office hours, using publicly funded equipment. Let's not pretend like that doesn't matter.
Antwan Phillips was an integral part of the LITfest planning while the rest of the board was intentionally excluded. That's a bad look for everyone involved.
If you're searching for basic competence, you should probably look somewhere else.
From the earliest meeting, the plan was to use sponsorship money to pay Think Rubix more than the $45,000 contract price.
The contract with Think Rubix was shady enough. Using Think Rubix's unregistered charity to funnel the money is way sketchier.
LITfest is going to be a disaster. The contract to produce it might be even worse.