The story begins …
Carl Algee’s job as a $25-an-hour security guard at Vernon’s municipal power plant came with one big perk — a city-owned apartment at well below market rent.
There was also one catch.
“When I got the apartment, they said I had to register to vote … and they said, ‘You’ll know who to vote for,'” Algee recalled. “It was a vague statement, but I knew what they meant — the incumbents.”
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