Letters to the editor
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A number of writers have implied that “extremists” on both sides of the political spectrum should work together to form compromises. Normally, … more
The News + Record hosted the first of its two candidate forums last Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center, featuring those seeking office for N.C. House Dist. … more
As much as I appreciate the chance to let the citizens of Chatham County know my platform, I want the information to be reported as it was presented (“MARCUS: He wants office to … more
Today I’m here to voice my support for Jessica Winger for Chatham County Board of Education. Mrs. Winger was a neighbor of mine and I got to see first hand the kind of person she is. Last … more
Editor’s note: no letters to the editor addressing subjects related to candidates or issues in the Nov. 8 election will be published after the News + Record’s Oct. 20 edition. The deadline for … more
Thank you for your well-researched and continued reporting on Chatham County Board of Education meetings, campaigns, and the upcoming election. In response to what we have been reading, witnessing, and learning throughout our community, we offer this point of view: more
I’m writing to voice support for the Chatham County Schools Board of Education and my opposition to the “parents first” movement currently making noise within our community. These … more
A 2022 analysis estimates that climate change inaction could cost the U.S. Economy $14.5 trillion, yet if it rapidly decarbonizes, we could gain $3 trillion while adding nearly 1 million jobs to the … more
Rep. Richard Hudson (R-N.C.), who hasn’t lived in North Carolina’s new 9th congressional district that includes Chatham County and isn’t widely known by the voters, is so … more
Having two daughters as well as a granddaughter, I’m keenly interested in how the future treats them. The upcoming N.C. Supreme Courts races are crucial as rulings concerning women’s … more
Editor’s note: no letters to the editor addressing subjects related to candidates or issues in the Nov. 8 election will be published after the News + Record’s Oct. 20 edition. The … more
Is school board candidate Jessica Winger a member of Moms for Liberty? Moms for Liberty began by opposing such health and safety restrictions in schools during COVID-19 as mask … more
You may have seen attack ads about my time on the Chatham County Board of Commissioners, accusing me of missing meetings while still being paid. There are those who would have … more
In Chatham, our state House district is facing the fastest changing time in its history. More than ever, we need sound leadership representing us at the state level. In a rarity … more
After reading the recent articles related to the Chatham County School Board, I remembered attending a board meeting last year when several speakers in opposition to the board’s … more
After reading the article in last week’s paper related to the Chatham County School Board, I remembered attending a board meeting last year when several speaking in opposition to the … more
On Saturday, Sept. 3, I went to the Farmers’ Days event at Silk Hope. I’m a farm boy myself from Tennessee, and I had a great time and appreciated the community’s work for this 47th … more
Thank you for your recent coverage of the Chatham County School Board race. As we discussed in our interview, many issues have led me to enter this race, but one of the most important is accuracy … more
To the Editor: As a life-long independent voter, I have been able and comfortable in choosing the candidates I feel will best represent not just my views but how they will shape the environment I … more
To the Editor: Truth Social — what a guise! Truth Social — the platform the Trump organization created after the former president was banned from other social media — is part of Trump’s … more
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