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Email letters, Oct. 22, 2012

By Staff

Sentinel factually correct in endorsing Romney/Ryan In his criticism of The Daily Sentinel for endorsing Mitt Romney, John Borgen accuses the paper of ignoring important “facts.” First, he complains that Sen. Mitch McConnell ...


Printed Letters, October 21, 2012

By Staff

In response to The Daily Sentinel’s endorsement of attorney Dan Robinson for House District 55, he’s not the man for the job at this time. Ray Scott is. His knowledge of the energy industry and business eminently qualifies him, as ...


Email letters, Oct. 19, 2012

By Staff

Just one Thunder Mountain crossing guard not enough While I understand the desire for a crossing guard for Thunder Mountain, I have to speak up. In both incidents in the last year in which a child was hit by a car, the child was at fault. The ...


Email letters, Oct. 18, 2012

By Staff

Gallegos highly qualified for CU Board of Regents As the current member of the Colorado University Board of Regents, representing Congressional District 3 (all of western Colorado), I am pleased to endorse and support Glen Gallegos as my ...


Printed letters, October 19, 2012

By Staff

Congressman Scott Tipton’s ad about Sal Pace fools few. Fact checkers know that the $715 billion President Obama “took out of Medicare” was a savings used to fill the donut hole and extend the life of Medicare another eight ...


Printed letters, October 18, 2012

By Staff

I have no problem with newspapers making editorial endorsements for political candidates. I do have a problem when they do so, as The Daily Sentinel has done for Mitt Romney, when they blithely overlook so many of the important facts that ...


Email letters, Oct. 17, 2012

By Staff

Do thorough homework, then vote in good conscience Nov. 6 is Election Day. Just think about the power we have that day. Our votes could change the course of history, not only in America, but worldwide. What we do at the polls should not be ...


Email letters, Oct. 16, 2012

By Staff

Vote out incumbents in Garfield County Regarding the upcoming elections concerning the board of county commissioners, the voters should be aware of the shortcomings of this governing body. This governing body is set up on a partisan basis ...


Printed letters, October 17, 2012

By Staff

Mail-in ballots are coming out this week and voting will begin. Why will I be voting against Amendment 64? Here are a few reasons. It would amend our state Constitution to legalize marijuana (in opposition to federal law) for a person over ...


Email letters, Oct. 15, 2012

By Staff

Nuclear power too pricey We don’t want any more subsidies for expensive, unsafe nuclear power or dirty coal. We do want a clean energy economy and more jobs. The candidates are not talking about climate change and the need for energy ...


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