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Reed: Voting for democracy

Letter to the editor
Letter to the editor

I wish that our politics could be an honest debate about policies. Regular working people are suffering due to the high cost of housing, health care, and energy. Our whole society is at risk due to climate change, income inequality, gun violence, and the erosion of democracy.

The Democratic Party hasn’t always lived up to its ideal of representing working people, but I believe it still does a vastly better job of championing policies that actually try to address our problems and make life better for all. 

That’s why I’ll be voting for Democrats pretty much down the line in this election. After the Jan. 6 insurrection and Trump’s part in it, it seems like a vote for Republicans is just a vote for chaos and thuggery. 



And in my opinion, Lauren Boebert is the worst of the whole self-serving, democracy-shredding bunch. She represents no one in Congress but herself. If you’re at all on the fence about her, I advise voting for her opponent Adam Frisch.

Dave Reed




Carbondale