The News Tribune’s Halloween opinion column (editorial, 10-31) aroused considerable voter remorse among many readers, especially Tami Green supporters.
Their angst is aggravated by the law permitting early, extended voting. “Once upon a time,” we respected a single “voting day” where we cast our precious vote at a neighborhood polling place – with assurance that it would be counted once, and only once. A time-honored, fraud-free, almost sacred electoral process!
Now, unfortunately, we can vote beginning a month before election “day” – literally during an election month. Many unexpected things can, and do, happen during an election month that would affect or …