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Ethical quandary

Dear Editor:I read with some disappointment the ad for Braudis for sheriff in today’s Aspen Times (Oct. 3). It compliments his “ethics.” If, in fact, he is so ethical, why was he not more honest about his absence several weeks ago? Word on the streets was that he was in rehab, and we all knew after witnessing the GrassRoots interview that he needed to be there. Kudos to him for going.If, however, we want an ethical person in the sheriff’s spot, Rick Magnuson is a shoo-in!Etna TauscherAspen

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