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Stop campaigning at church

I was appalled to learn that Josh Heintzeman has been visiting different churches every Sunday to campaign for the House seat he's running for. Being the "man of faith" he claims to be, he should know that this behavior is unacceptable. We go to ...

I was appalled to learn that Josh Heintzeman has been visiting different churches every Sunday to campaign for the House seat he's running for. Being the "man of faith" he claims to be, he should know that this behavior is unacceptable. We go to church to hear God's Word and reflect, not be hassled by politicians.

Honestly, his behavior shouldn't surprise us - he's been misleading voters at the doors and in mailers throughout the whole campaign.

I would encourage Mr. Heintzeman to spend his Sundays with his family in his own church. He should act like the "man of faith" he claims to be and reflect on his own behavior.

Cynthia Askerooth -Olson

Baxter

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