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RedBlueAmerica: Why are Democrats so angry?

This week’s Democratic National Convention opened with a stunning display of disunity: Supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders booed and shouted down the first day’s speakers, and on Tuesday, after Hillary Clinton was formally nominated for president, they invaded the convention’s press tent to make their displeasure known. Many Sanders supporters say they won’t vote for Clinton, even at the risk of getting Donald Trump elected.

National Opinions

Martin Schram: Trump invites Russian role in U.S. campaign cybergate

Two score and two years ago, we figured it was not just shocking — but an impeachable offense — when we heard the so-called smoking gun tape recording of our Republican president, Richard Nixon, planning to cover up the fact that his top advisors had hired burglars to break into the Democratic Party headquarters and bug the place to obtain damaging info in the 1972 presidential campaign.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Vote Steve Simmons for state representative

I strongly urge you to vote for Steve Simmons and against Larry Haler for state representative. Here’s why. Haler and fellow representative Brad Klippert voted against funding for badly needed local projects like the Duportail Bridge in Richland, the Lewis Street project in Pasco, the 395/Ridgeline Interchange in Kennewick, and the Red Mountain Interchange project in West Richland.

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Vetoes and how the Legislature can override them

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