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Fight voter fraud together

This is in response to Barbara Green’s “Protect Voter Fraud” June 8 letter to the editor.

Ms. Green’s conclusion that promoting and practicing voter fraud explains Democrats’ efforts to increase voter participation lacks credible proof. I do not believe that intentional fraud is a strategy of either major political party.

I agree with Ms. Green that our election process must be transparent, every voter legitimate and every legitimate ballot accurately counted. Rather than discredit the motives of one’s political opposition, both Democrats and Republicans would be better served by finding common ground to keep our two major political parties mainstream and strong.

Lynne deLaubenfels

Spokane Valley

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