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Represents well

Dear Editor: I’m not affiliated with any political party. I tend to lean to the right on government responsibilities and left-ish on personal liberties. As a resident of southern Hinsdale,…

Fear factor

Dear Editor: The corporate media, led by FOX Spews, is again waving bright baubles and screaming “look over here, not behind the curtain, Ebola is going to get you!” Oligarchs,…

Weary voters

Dear Editor: With this election cycle drawing to a close, I am hopeful for a break from the cattle droppings disguised as political letters to the editor. However, I fear…

Not equal

Dear Editor: What is more important, party loyalty or truth and public good? All things being equal, as a lifelong Republican, I vote for the Republican. In the case of…

Amendment 67

Dear Editor: Amendment 67 sounds like a “no-brainer.” Why would anybody vote against the right of a fetus to be considered a person? However, the proposed law specifically eliminates any…

Earned my vote

Dear Editor: After meeting Michael Whiting four years ago, hearing his objectives and goals for the future of our county, he got my vote. Michael has worked hard, brought a…

Brown, Lattin

Dear Editor: For those voters who have not yet returned their ballots and are still undecided, I endorse the candidacies of J. Paul Brown for the 59th District and Ray…

Best candidate

Dear Editor: Reyhaneh Jabbari, 26, was hanged in a Tehran prison last Saturday morning. She had been imprisoned for seven years and then convicted of killing a man she said…

Support Whiting

Dear Editor: As a fifth-generation native of Archuleta County, a resident of Pagosa Springs and as a young parent and businesswoman, I fully support Michael Whiting for county commissioner. Michael…

On the fence?

Dear Editor: This letter is for those who are still on the fence about who to vote for in the county commissioner election. In early 2011, a multi-million dollar performing…