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Don’t give up on voting

I was saddened to read the letter of Nadine Joubert in the Spokesman-Review of August 3 in which she stated that she has removed herself from the voting rolls because of her disgust with the campaign tactics of a current candidate.

I urge her (and every other citizen who is eligible) instead to vote and to become politically active. Please remember the observation, “For evil to triumph, it is sufficient for good people to do nothing.”

Linda Carroll

Spokane


 

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