• Governor is trying to silence Brock
    October 05,2012
     

    Governor is trying to silence Brock

    After listening to the debate between Gov. Shumlin and Randy Brock on radio WDEV, I can understand why the governor is finding many reasons to limit the number of debates. If I were the governor, Iíd be worried, too, that if the people of Vermont got the opportunity to listen and get to know Mr. Brock that I just might lose the election. I understand the governor is busy, but doesnít he owe it to the people of Vermont to give us as many opportunities to hear the candidates speak and debate the real issues so when we go into the voting booth we can make an educated vote? Iíd like to urge the people to call the governorís office and tell him we want both candidates to be heard and letís see how well he listens.

    Debra Ricker

    Barre

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