Why didn’t Bryan Maryott vote in either the 1998 Primary or General Election when he lived in Massachusetts?
Out of the same mind that said, “We simply do not need that capacity and likely never will” – when referring to offshore oil production – comes the life pattern of lackadaisical participation in elections.
Voter participation records in Orange County show Maryott failing to vote in statewide primary elections in 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014. Maryott also failed to vote in the November 2006 Statewide General Election. This stellar record of missing elections proves that his behavior in Massachusetts was no fluke.
Perhaps Bryno was an accidental candidate?
In addition, research indicates that Bryno did not start contributing to other candidates until 2018. This, when coupled with his Meg-Whitmanesque record of never voting suggests that Maryott did not become serious about politics until he decided to become a candidate for office. Why then, should anyone be serious about him?
This matters because it speaks to motives and sincerity – especially when coupled with his service to Massachusetts liberals earlier in life.
In 2018 – 92% of his campaign cash came from himself.
In 2020 – 44%
So far in 2022 – 65%
In 2016 he self funded his entire campaign for City Council, (as in 100%) then ran for Congress inside of his first term! I guess San Juan Capistrano was a springboard versus an effort to serve the people of the city.
Then, when Bryno attempted to step up to Congress, he could not fill out his own paperwork correctly! (Speaking of being a financial planner)
In the spring of 2019, Maryott’s 2018 campaign was fined $5,500 for a disclosure violation:
RESPONDENTS: Maryott for Congress and Brian Maryott (the Committee)
SUBJECT: In the normal course of exercising its supervisory responsibilities, the Commission initiated proceedings to determine whether the Committee failed to disclose $154,134.00 in additional disbursements on its 2018 12-Day Pre-Primary Report. Brian Maryott was a 2018 candidate for California’s 49th Congressional District.
DISPOSITION: The Committee agreed to 1) implement a policy requiring that reports are reviewed by multiple individuals prior to filing and bank reconciliations are reviewed by someone other than the treasurer of the Committee on a quarterly basis; 2) certify that a representative of the Committee has participated in an FEC conference, webinar, or other program; and 3) pay a civil penalty of $5,500.
FEC Negotiated Settlement with Maryott for Congress, July 15, 2019
Bad Bryno. To Be continued…
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