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Old Testament or Constitution?

I would like to pose a question to Nancy McLaughlin: When you campaigned for City Council, did you say “Vote for me and I will represent you,” or “Vote for me and I will impose my religious views on city government”?

If you represent the voice of your constituents, it would demonstratively and overwhelmingly have to be for equal rights.

I believe when you took office your oath was to uphold the Constitution, not the Old Testament.

Chris H. Miller

Spokane


 

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