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Letter: Don't just complain, change your vote

Published October 20, 2013 4:53 pm
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I read many complaints against legislators. So, I have a questions: What happens to your memory on Election Day? Do you take your head with you into the voting booth?

Are you spending all your energy on a soap box, spouting epithets, and then going into a trance when you mark your ballots?

Don't just tell me (I'm from Missouri); SHOW me!

Roberta Mahin





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