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Letter to the Editor
Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Although I am a registered Libertarian, as a conservative, I generally vote Republican, so that my vote “counts.” I will make my Democrat friends and family happy in proclaiming that if Republican control of the state Legislature does not result in both privatizing liquor sales and substantially furthering a school-voucher program, there will be no reason to vote Republican in Pennsylvania races, ever again.

Jon Olbum

Squirrel Hill

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