Pittsburg Councilman Michael Kee says the Seeno developers threatened to wage nasty campaign against him if he ran for re-election. See Rick Radin’s story today.
Per Radin, Kee, who was first elected in 2002, said county Supervisor Federal Glover told him that the Seeno construction family was determined that he lose his seat.
“Glover told me that the Seeno family was willing to spend every last dime they had to get me out,” Kee said. “With some of the hit pieces and other things going on, I didn’t want to put my family through (a race).”