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Last Friday, I drove up to Anoka for the Anoka-Coon Rapids football game and sat in the bleachers about 10 feet below the pressbox where, as a 14-year-old kid, I sat and wrote up the games for the Anoka Herald.

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I’m writing this letter to endorse Susan Witt as my candidate for the Minnesota House. She really listens to people who express concerns about keeping our schools effective and strong for the sake of all our young people. My two adult daughters are successful today not least because they received an excellent K-12 education.

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For quite some time now, I have observed the abuse of the purpose of the Letters to the Editor section of our local newspaper. It is being turned into a public forum for debate between certain individuals whose goal appears to be to argue with each other rather than address matters of broad public interest.

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John Freeburg in “Proofs of a Christian nation…” (July 4) attempts to explain away evidence that America was established as a Christian nation on Biblical principles as offered in my June 20 letter.

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Like most in my generation, I am reluctant to engage myself in the political process. In this era of big money interests and emotionally-charged rhetoric, it’s incredibly difficult to find a candidate that I can actually trust as a person. This August, however, I will be voting for the first time in my life – for Jim Abeler.

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