Moss's primary issue is to rename 20th Street as Randy Moss Boulevard. Moss says, "Hal Greer was just a basketball player and Huntington renamed 16th Street for him. He never got hit by Ray Lewis or smoked Champ Bailey like I have. I want to become Mayor so I can rename 20th Street Randy Moss Boulevard and get the respect from Huntington that I deserve."
Moss, who retired after the 2010 season, briefly considered returning to the NFL but abandoned that idea for a chance of gaining an office at City Hall. "When I finally get my street, you can bet that there will not be any parking meters on it. No bitch ass meter maids on my street. I had enough trouble with meter maids in Minnesota," Moss stated referring to an incident early in his professional football career when he pushed a meter maid in Minnesota with his car.
Moss had been a Democrat but was released from the party. He was later picked up by the Republicans and released. But one thing for sure is that if Randy Moss is not happy with his new job, Huntington will not have to worry. Moss says, "People say I quit when I'm not happy. Well, if I'm not happy in Huntington, don't worry, because this time I'll quit for sure." Moss may know how to score but Huntington will double it's 5 million dollar debt by picking up his desired salary.