Letters to the Editor

Voting conundrum

The front runners for the Republican and Democratic parties, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, have three things of critical importance in common, believe it or not:

  • Both are disliked by the majority of voters.
  • Both are not trusted by the majority of voters.
  • Both are not considered honest by the majority of voters.

These are key qualities that a voter should consider in the selection of a POTUS candidate and both candidates fail the test. That is quite a conundrum facing our country.

Mario Bacallao, Miami

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