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Who will it be?

In November, you will elect somebody and send them off to Washington, D.C., to represent you and your friends and family. Will it be the marionette of the marauder in Washington, who represents the party who pledges to make the rich richer and the poor poorer?

Or will it be a professor who taught organizational leadership at Gonzaga University for more than 10 years? Lord knows we need organizational leadership in our dysfunctional Congress.

P.S. I am blind. The gratitude of all blind and low-vision people belongs to the publisher, editors, advertisers and subscribers of the Spokesman Review. Much of every issue is available on the telephone through nfb.org/nfbnewsline.

Dirk Neyhart

Berkely, California


 

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