Letter: Vote for Integrity

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To the Editor:

The person who occupies the White House in Washington, D.C. today just openly encouraged his supporters to break the law, by voting twice — once by mail, and once in person — suggesting that this would "test the system."

Trump, like many fascist and totalitarian leaders of the past century, advocates breaking the law and then accuses his opponents of breaking the law; he advocates disrupting the system, and tries his best to ensure that the voting system does not work, and then says the election is rigged. This person must be removed from power.

Responsible people, including conservatives and independents, are making the best move by supporting an honest man, one with integrity, for president — Joe Biden may not satisfy everyone's policy preferences, but he will bring integrity back to the federal government. It is important to work everywhere for fair voting, including the end of gerrymandering that rigs elections in favor of the party in power.

It is time for a tidal change in the United States of America — a time to move forward for real democratic government, for integrity and honesty in public life, a time to work for the common good of all people. I urge everyone to vote in November — either in person OR by mail, not both — and preferably by using municipal drop boxes for mail-in votes. Vote, and make your voice heard! Bring honesty and integrity back to government.

Jan Kuniholm
Cheshire, Mass.

 

 

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