Guilty as charged? Probably. Two months ago in June 2018, the Florida Elections Committee found probable cause after an exhastive investigation and court proceeding that Mary C. Estime-Irvin violated state election laws during her run for State Representative of District 107, in the 2016 primary election. And boy was she a naughty naughty candidate.
“Hi! I’m Mary C. Estime Irvin. I work for the City of North Miami and really enjoy messing it up. My dream is that this City will become the Hair Salon Funeral Home Capital of South Florida. Also, I prefer not to pay my taxes, and I do not like following campaign and election laws.”
So what is she accused of doing? First, she named herself as the treasurer of her own campaign. Then, when the 2016 primary was over, she failed to disclose the funds that remained in her account; retaining a large amount of the proceeds for herself and not disclosing it (a big no no under Florida’s campaign elections laws). Still not satisfied with that windfall, the committee believes she also lied about the amount and sources of campaign contributions she received in the F.E.C. disclosures during her bid for State Representative.
Remember, this is all coming from someone that does not pay their taxes, and has a $77,000 tax lien on their home. We need to seriously ask ourselves why does Mary Estime-Irvin hold such a high position with the City of North Miami? She does not know how to manage her finances, she’s doesn’t pay taxes, and she has been caught red handed unlawfully getting money and failing to disclose contributions that she received and retained.
Mary Estime-Irvin, you have been caught yet again. We will be back tomorrow to reveal more of your dirty secrets. In the meantime, we urge you to (1) stop litering the City of North Miami with funeral homes , hair salons and barber shops, (2) stop accepting money illegally to impact the decisions you make, and (3) pay your taxes.