Since our campaign ends tomorrow, we wanted to give you guys one last treat! Here is an animation acting/lip sync test for the Mayor.  We used a clip from Patton Oswalt, whom we think suits the Mayor’s personality.  Plus he’s absolutely hilarious.  Spent about 5 days on this one.  Animation done in Flash CC.

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Arrow Season 5: Thea Will Become Oliver’s Chief of Staff

“Perhaps, to her own surprise, she’s actually really, really good at it. All the skills that she learned by watching her mother for all those years, as well as running Verdant, she’s found very transferable to City Hall, and in many ways, she’s a much better chief of staff than Oliver is a mayor.” - Marc Guggenheim

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A mayor called her opponent the n-word after losing the election.

“I lost. The n***er won,” read Midland City, Alabama, Mayor Patsy Capshaw Skipper’s response to a friend asking about this week’s election results, according to multiple reports. 

Skipper, who is white, lost her mayoral race Tuesday to JoAnn Bennett Grimsley, a black woman. Rather than own up and apologize, Skipper is using the ol’ Anthony Weiner excuse.

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Arrow: Season 4 Deleted Scene Focuses on Oliver's Turbulent Mayoral Campaign - IGN

Get a glimpse at the special features on the new Blu-ray and DVD set.

Arrow: Season 4 hits Blu-ray and DVD this week, and IGN has the exclusive debut of one of the deleted scenes you’ll find on the set.

In Season 4, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) decided to make a bold move with his public persona, running for Mayor of Star City. However, that mayoral campaign would not be an easy one and, given Oliver’s secret life as Green Arrow, it was fraught with additional danger - leading to him to drop out the campaign at one point. In this scene, political strategist Alex Davis (Parker Young) learns about Oliver’s plans and begs him to reconsider.

Dallas Mayor Says He’s More Fearful Of Armed White Men Than Syrian Refugees

The mayor of Dallas is pushing back against politicians who say Americans should be skeptical of Syrian refugees, saying he is “more fearful” of armed white men than people fleeing civil war in the Middle East.Speaking to MSNBC on Saturday morning, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings was asked to discuss the growing anxiety over Syrian refugees entering the United States, purportedly over concerns they could be potential agents for militant groups such as ISIS. Rawlings staunchly rejected the assertion that Syrians are somehow uniquely prone to violence, saying he is more concerned with the rise of white supremacy and the recent flurry of mass shootings committed by white men.

Here it is, the Long Gone Gulch official trailer! This was a labor of love and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did making it. Please watch it in HD if it hasn’t already done so. Another announcement will be released next week! Stay tuned!

It’s also available for viewing on VIMEO. Enjoy!