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Letters to the Editor

To all concerned citizens of Illinois

To the Editor:

This coming election for governor leaves us not much to choose from. Both parties will raise our taxes, neither will do much for those who vote for them: they have their own agenda; which will have you pay for and not do anything for all legal citizens; more people will continue to leave and this state will be deeper in debt.

The only thing both candidates are very good at is slinging mud. They don’t talk about how they plan on fixing or solving the state pension debt, statewide debt, or bring more jobs to Illinois.

The only solution in my opinion for the citizens who are truly disgusted and frustrated with all the (bull) is to vote. For a third-party candidate or my personal choice is (Jeanne) Ives. Now both parties will tell you that’s throwing away your vote, (bull).

The only way you throw away your vote is when you don’t vote at all.

What we need for governor is someone with common sense, integrity, someone who will stand by what they say and say what they mean.

This may be the last chance to save this state.

You still have the right to vote “others” on the ballot.

“None of the above.”

“Donald Duck.”

I wonder what each would say if after spending millions of (money) to get elected they came in second to Donald Duck.



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