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Opinion >  Letters

Nicely done, voters!

As I write this, the results are not yet in on winners and losers in this election year, but one fact is already clear: a strong majority of voters took their responsibility and privilege seriously and turned out to vote — or turned in their votes by mail or dropbox — in unprecedented numbers.

That kind of turnout is impressive and quite hopeful for our system of government. Give yourselves a big pat on the back!

Kathy Finley

Spokane


 

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