97°F
weather icon Clear

LETTER: The issue isn’t necessarily election fraud

People who work very hard at making the case that election fraud is not widespread are missing the point entirely. The fact that election fraud may be exaggerated is not a valid reason to deliberately and intentionally design and implement a chaotic electoral system for which results will be unverifiable, unreliable and cannot be trusted.

Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook.
THE LATEST
LETTER: Let’s teach our children how to be civil

I believe Martin Luther King Jr. knew that peaceful demonstration and dialogue in race issues was the way to move ahead and solve problems.

LETTER: Driving tips for Las Vegans

Don’t get mad at aggressive drivers; they’ll end up in jail or the morgue soon enough.

LETTER: Violence and the Portland protests

These “protesters” are exactly like internet trolls, letting their true selves shine through while operating under a cloak of anonymity.

LETTER: Airlines want another federal bailout

These are some thoughts regarding the airline CEOs visiting the White House begging for funds to bail them out.

LETTER: Voter plans to sit this election out

I have watched over the years how my vote doesn’t matter or count. It seems the Electoral College votes for me.