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Vote Green Party

It’s time for the independent and disenfranchised voters to make a difference. We have the opportunity to make a difference. We have been relegated to a position that voting for the least of two evils is going to make us feel better.

The fact is what the DNC and RNC have done is to show us we have no control whatsoever, and they are going to force the American public to make the decision we really don’t want to. They have made a mockery of the system and laugh at the American public that is forced to vote for a liar or fraud.

There is another option. We all talk a good game of caring for the environment, education, health and welfare, equitability in the workplace and this is the choice we are given. Let’s not fool ourselves, it will continue, the assault on the working class. The 1 percent will continue to hoard and hide money that could help all the homeless and starvation throughout our system.

We do have another choice if the media will allow her to be heard and also join in any presidential debates. Yes, we could have an opportunity to hear someone else with different ideas. Maybe an opportunity to see what could be.

I will have to vote against the corruption that has taken our White House and return it to the people and not special interest groups. I will vote Green Party, and if all independents voted Green, Jill Stein will be the first woman to be elected president.

David Salcido

Spokane Valley

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