If you don’t agree, don’t vote

Ron Carlson


The volume is turning up. One person writes something and another person writes something else. What are we to believe? What is just noise?

For example, take town hall meetings. Who is holding them? Who is telling you what you want to hear? I say, who cares? It seems to me when it comes to Senators Hoeven and Heitkamp we have their voting records to review.

If Senator Hoeven’s voting record isn’t in sync with what your political positions are, don’t vote for him. I expect he votes his party’s line most of the time.

If Senator Heitkamp’s voting record isn’t in sync with your political positions, don’t vote for her. It is reported she votes the liberal position, or votes as her party says, 81 percent of the time.

Isn’t it simple? If you like the progressive/liberal approach to solving our challenges vote Heitkamp. If you don’t………..

Last time I checked, Senator Heitkamp is up for re-election this go around. If you want the Pelosi/Schumer voice to be in control of our government, vote Heitkamp. Remember that party gave us Obama Care.