Martin deserves apology for headline |

Martin deserves apology for headline

The headline on Thursday, Jan. 17, was very misleading and did not match the lead article. The headline implies that Mrs. Martin has spent a large sum of money on her campaign for District 4 Supervisor, whereas the article is about “fund-raising” and “campaign contributions.” Mrs. Martin is owed an apology or at least a clarification; again, the implication is that it is shameful that so much money is being spent by her while the other candidates have spent much less. The fact that more than $30,000 worth of nonmonetary contributions have been made to her campaign indicates her support.

Velva Harris

Nevada City

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