Letters to the editor, March 30

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Elect right people

The city of Denton is a great city, one of which I’m fortunate to live in. The overall success and goodness come from the people who live here and care about each other.

Everyone seems to want the same things, good clean streets, one of the best-looking town centers I’ve ever seen, two great colleges, opportunity for growth with jobs, fairly good weather overall each year, an ability to go to nearby cities because of the wise investment of the A-train, great schools to educate our children, concerns overall by our elected officials for these attributes, our own electric company, a pretty good airport here and access to one of the largest in the nation at D-FW International Airport, and many other accomplishments we are in a position to enjoy.

Denton city and county in the great state of Texas, and also a part of this nation, should understand that if things politically don’t change for the better in these next two elections — the one in November for Congress and again in 2016 for a new president, of what should be the greatest nation on the plant — we will inherit a city of less opportunity and less success than in the past.

We have to improve our federal government for all of us, or everyone will pay.

Please, folks; the people who will have power over you and me should be elected by vetting the proper people who are honest and have lots of common sense and believe in what we all believe in — happiness for each of us.

It’s important; we’ve seen what turmoil can develop when the wrong people are over us. Let’s not let it happen again.

Jack Cox, Denton


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