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Reader Opinion: Voting for Nolan

Stewart Mills III is at it again with lies and distortions. After numerous fact-checkers had found his previous ads to be misleading or outright false, Mills is shamelessly lying about Congressman Nolan's record on veterans to divert attention fr...

Stewart Mills III is at it again with lies and distortions. After numerous fact-checkers had found his previous ads to be misleading or outright false, Mills is shamelessly lying about Congressman Nolan's record on veterans to divert attention from his own actions and positions.

The truth is that Congressman Nolan took a principled stand by voting against a bill that didn't do enough to fund essential services for veterans. Unfortunately, Mills is twisting that vote and using veterans as political pawns.

The truth is that Mills believes we should be "putting all options on the table" when it comes to Social Security and Medicare, which would potentially mean privatization or benefit cuts. Veterans like me deserve better, which is why I'm voting for Rick Nolan.

Albert Mahling

Little Falls

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