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Everhard: Reasoning for school board candidate forum cancellation 'perfect'

Posted 9/22/22

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Everhard: Reasoning for school board candidate forum cancellation 'perfect'

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Mr. Haldiman,

Thank you for your excellent article regarding the desire to meet one of our basic rights and your well-founded concerns about exercising that right.

As much as it saddens me to think that we even have to think about attacks verbal and other, it truly scares me how divisiveness is no long the exception, but the norm.

The influence and pressure being placed on you from the various points was palpable in your words.

Again, your handling of the situation and your excellent use of the English language in laying out your reasoning was perfect.

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