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Letter to the editor: Murrysville-Export GOP not endorsing

If you received an envelope in your mailbox this month with “2019 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTER GUIDE — URGENT OPEN” in place of the return address — beware!

This mailing from “Conservative Friends” is misleading voters into thinking it came from the Murrysville Export Republican Committee. The committee is not endorsing any Franklin Regional School Board candidate in the May 21 primary. Many have been shocked and confused that anyone in Murrysville would stoop so low.

If you want new people on the Franklin Regional School Board who will be responsive to the public, then vote May 21 for Ed Mittereder, Denise Podowski, Gary English, Scott Weinman and Bill Yant for the four-year term and write in Kate Manka for the two-year term.

Dorothy Martin

Murrysville


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