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Reader Opinion: Nolan or Mills?

To make an informed decision in any election, you need to compare candidates. You can look at who built a business? Nolan has and Mills inherited one from his father and uncles. Who is a respected and experienced public leader? Nolan is and Mills...

To make an informed decision in any election, you need to compare candidates.

You can look at who built a business? Nolan has and Mills inherited one from his father and uncles.

Who is a respected and experienced public leader? Nolan is and Mills has little or no experience.

How interested are they in the plight of the ordinary citizens in these financially difficult times? Nolan is concerned about the principles of democracy and improving the lives of ordinary citizens. Mills is interested in taking care of businesses and corporations and cutting their taxes and our services.

And on the character issue? Nolan has been involved with public service with a record of solving problems with integrity and a sense of justice. Mills has no real record and seems to substitute attacks on Nolan with half-truths and innuendo to deflect from his own character questions.

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But, Mills sold guns.

Bob Passi

Baxter

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