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Make good choices

We, the people, elect the legislators, politicians and representatives that either fight for our freedom and liberties or take them away. If we do not vote, we have no say in those elections.

Voting is what makes us a free society. The primary election allowed us to choose the top two from anyone who decided to file. It was important to vote for the top two. We also should have some general knowledge of who we are voting for. An informed vote allows us to elect those that will listen to the people, use our tax dollars wisely, and ensure our freedom and liberty.

Some of the final two do not represent those concerns. We need to vote and make good choices.

Steve Puccio


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