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Reflect, pray and vote

Joe Radinovich, John Ward and Rick Nolan, what a wealth of progressive leadership, sound judgment and responsible representation we have. Carrie Ruud, from across the aisle, has been an asset this term, too. We need to return these people to offi...

Joe Radinovich, John Ward and Rick Nolan, what a wealth of progressive leadership, sound judgment and responsible representation we have. Carrie Ruud, from across the aisle, has been an asset this term, too. We need to return these people to office this November. They are well on the way to rectifying the destructive errors of the previous 10 years. Schools, small businesses, rural counties, farmers and job seekers are all doing better. Let's keep the ball rolling.

We hear regularly from the terrified and the outraged. I've tried to listen carefully, and with an open mind. Occasionally I learn a useful lesson from them. Most often I am convinced they are just that way, not prophetic but pathetic. Think hard, reflect deeply, pray and vote. Don't panic.

Tom Besnett

Timothy Township

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