PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA

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Too much information

By October 28, 2010

EDITOR: There has been far too much candidate information this year, most trash.

It seems to me that electronic, print, and the UPS should stop accepting campaign advertising as a public service. No ones rights under the 1st, 14th, 15th, 19th,

24th and 26th amendments would be violated as those rights would still be assured.

The official General Election Pamphlet and the Sample Voter Pamphlet have adequate space for information on ballot measures and candidates’ statements

along with space for arguments both pro and con on initiatives.

FRED ALLEMAN

Placerville

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