Letter to the editor: Can the liberals be trusted?

Posted 12/27/17

Will the 56 percent of the liberal voters of Douglas County, the ones who got rid of the "bad guys" in the last election for DC School Board, be able to use their community organizing skills to …

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Letter to the editor: Can the liberals be trusted?

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Will the 56 percent of the liberal voters of Douglas County, the ones who got rid of the "bad guys" in the last election for DC School Board, be able to use their community organizing skills to convince the 44 percent who voted for the Elevate candidates as well as all the non-voting Douglas County residents to RAISE OUR TAXES to support our schools?

Will voters trust them when the first thing they do is spend money looking nationwide for a superintendent, when they all claimed to be happy with the present interim superintendent Kane?

The new board listened to an informal poll taken on Facebook by an organization of Douglas County parents. Their poll was 600 people and guess what? 469 were in support of a national superintendent search.

How unbiased do you think that poll was?

The board will get the answer when they ask all the citizens of the county to fund their liberal agenda for our public schools. Maybe all the liberals in the county will be willing to dig into their own pockets and pay more taxes when that election occurs.

At forums, the winning candidates were all in favor of rushing that tax election. Do the math. How many people voted for the school board? How many will vote in a tax election? Possibly more than voted for the liberal school board.

Mary Ann McCoy

Lone Tree

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