June 3rd Red Line had my running for District 2 supervisor as a joke. As I stated in my limited campaign, District 2 has a choice. The joke is 19 percent voter turnout. Our visit to the polls at 10 a.m.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The simple truth on why I did not prevail in the District 1 supervisorial race is that I just did not get the votes.
During this election your paper has treated me in a despicable manner. Your very first story announcing my candidacy falsely quoted me as saying Marcia Hall was “incompetent”. I never said this at any time.
As a nation justifiably proud of our mixed free market economy, we get especially tickled (republicans more ticklish than most) whenever we can harness market forces to solve noneconomic issues (e.g.
The piece that appeared on the opinion page May 23 (“The Me First Generation”) by Mr. Manfredi, refuting Mr. Doud’s editorial earlier on May 10, was interesting.
It is important for the citizens of Madera County to elect to public office the most experienced men or women that have the job knowledge to lead us out of a failed state and federal governments.
My choice for auditor-controller is Todd Miller. In his short time in Madera County, 22 years, he has put his best foot forward to improve his community.