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Fellow Republicans,

Let me start off by saying that, for supporters of Dr.Kelli Ward in the August 28 primary, I do understand your disappointment.

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Dear Editor,

The vote I am most eager to cast this year is a NO on Proposition 305,

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Dear Editor,

The voters of Mohave County will have a decision to make in the upcoming general election that will be critical

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Dear Editor,

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

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Dear Editor,

We published a letter to the editor called “Let the People Vote” a  few months ago.

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Dear Editor,

On Tuesday, November 6, our country will once again have the opportunity to select the next group of elected officials who will lead our country

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“Hey Crystel! What you think about this Brett Kavanaugh hullabaloo,” asks Wild Steve.

“It’s a mess as far as I’m concerned,” says Crystel Glass. “It’s getting awfully complicated and it feels like the divide between people around the country keeps getting wider.”

“I agree with you on that,” says Pete Moss. “Doesn’t matter what side of the isle you’re on it seems like everyone has a heated opinion. I mean people are really-really angry when trying to get their point across.”

Crystel Glass brings up the question, “Well who do you believe, the Judge or the Doctor?”

“I think the Doctor is telling the truth,” says Nana Banana. “Why would she put herself through all this scrutiny and change her life forever, and not to the good as far as I can tell.”

“I think it’s a bunch of bull,” hollers Wild Steve. “We are talking about thirty-five years ago; I’m with the people that are asking why come out now? Sounds like a political ploy to ME!”

“Well, it’s really hard to tell,” says Jake Frost. “The Doctor’s testimony seems truthful, and I lean toward the Judge simply because there isn’t any concrete proof concerning her allegations. The Judge seemed pretty credible during his testimony.”

“I don’t think the situation is so much about the time lapse as it is about being truthful,” says Out-of-Town Dave. “I see this morning a close classmate of the Judge is saying he DID drink an awful lot, was seen staggering about on numerous occasions and not only that, he says the Judge became extremely belligerent when he drank.”

I saw that article too,” says Barb Wire. “It also said the Judge threw a beer at one of his friends during a heated argument, and a fight broke out and one of the guys in the group ended up going to jail.”

“Well,” says Ray Kubala a newcomer to the Café, “If the FBI finds that the Judge was untruthful under oath while testifying to a U.S. Senate committee I think that is perjury. Now I’m not an expert on this but I think that is a felonious crime, it might be punishable and should certainly disqualify the Judge from serving on the Supreme Court, and maybe serving on any court for that matter.”

“It’s all going to come out soon, and if the Doctor was not truthful I think there should be some kind of punishment for her,” says Jim Shue.

Bill Keller

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