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Don’t allow NH 2020 to become a litmus test

Don’t allow NH 2020 to become a litmus test in the supervisorial election. These multi-task positions require extensive knowledge and highly developed organizational skills.

Conklin and Martin have amply demonstrated such abilities, while Sutherland and Bedwell repeatedly demonstrate their lack. Sutherland has so little regard for the democratic process that she doesn’t vote, while Bedwell was caught in several outright fabrications over the last few weeks.

Antonson already lost and shouldn’t even be running.



Meanwhile, the Nevada Joint Union High School District desperately needs rebuilding, and Lorraine Plagge and Margaret Meagher are the folks to do it.

William Larsen




Nevada City


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