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The Herald welcomes letters on all points of view. Include your address and daytime phone number for verification. Letters should be limited to 200 words and may be edited and republished in any format. All letters become property of the Herald. Letters that defame individuals, ethnic or religious groups, contain significant factual errors or that are in poor taste will not be printed. Letters about election or ballot issues must be received no later than seven days from the deadline for ballots to be returned.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Americans slapped in the face by decision not to prosecute Clinton

How convenient. This nation’s top three law officers excused a presidential candidate from breaking the law and continually lying about it. Their actions in the preceding weeks give the appearance of coordinating efforts to that effect. Whether factual or not isn’t the point. The point is Americans once again were slapped in the face by this arrogant, cavalier administration by elevating themselves above the law.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Trump might start World War III

Voting for Donald Trump, to me, is like voting for Benito Mussolini. I feel that he is self-centered and I can only imagine him sitting in a United Nations meeting. And if he gets ticked off or insults a United Nations delegate, he could be responsible for starting World War III.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: We face a bizarre choice for president

The recent news about Hillary Clinton and her email puts yet another incredibly negative taint to an already bizarre choice we face for president. I can’t remember a time when we citizens were confronted with trying to decide on the best of the worst candidates we’ve had in years.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Didier a more true conservative than Newhouse

Recent election ads by Rep. Dan Newhouse tout his across-the-board conservatism. Checking the Conservative Review scorecard, however, shows he scores an “F” because he voted conservatively only 36 percent of the time. I’m sure that rating is just fine for many who don’t really want a conservative, but in my book, it is false advertising.

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