Give credit where credit is due - Montrose Daily Press: Letters

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Give credit where credit is due

Posted: Wednesday, October 3, 2012 2:00 am

Dear Editor,

In political campaigns candidates often try to appeal to all voters by blurring party lines, but ultimately the actions of those elected will follow their foundational beliefs and the party line.

 I don’t always agree with Commissioner David White’s opinion or the way he conducts business, but I could say the same thing about all elected officials.  

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