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March 20, 2014

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Color of dogs’ tails


Then in 1998, a young republican named Phil King filed for the position of state representative and won. Bottom line now is that there are not any county-wide elected office holders that will admit to being Democrats! Question now, of course, as your article indicated, will the GOP be able to maintain unity enough to keep its candidates in office, or will the division in “the good old party” give the liberals an opportunity to regain office? Sure happened in 1992 when my Naval Academy classmate, Ross Perot, ran as a third-party candidate, which permitted some guy from Arkansas to beat George the 1st.

Earl King, Weatherford

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