Letter to the editor: It doesn't add up

Posted 2/26/19

It doesn't add up If Colorado Republicans want to whine about Democrats trying to equalize our broken system of counting votes, they should take a 1,500-mile trip east to my home state of West …

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Letter to the editor: It doesn't add up

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It doesn't add up

If Colorado Republicans want to whine about Democrats trying to equalize our broken system of counting votes, they should take a 1,500-mile trip east to my home state of West Virginia. West Virginia is a beautiful poverty stricken state that is a leader in opiod addiction and obesity. That little state has five electoral college, votes while Colorado, with 300 percent greater population, has nine.

I am not good at math, but I believe every vote cast in Douglas County for president was wiped off the face of the earth by West Virginia or a dozen other small States, including Wyoming, Montana, North and South Dakota.

Roy Legg

Highlands Ranch

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