Reader's View: What will endorsement say about Stauber?
Rep. Pete Stauber recently voted against the Presidential Election Reform Act.
After joining the attempt to overthrow the 2020 election, Rep. Pete Stauber more recently voted against the Presidential Election Reform Act, a bill to protect us from a Trump coup in 2024.
Nevertheless, I’ll bet that if the FCC Editorial Advisory Board endorses Stauber (“ Why our newspapers make political endorsements ,” Sept. 23), the board will assure us he is a reasonable, moderate, nonpartisan Republican whose support for business interests outweighs his subversion of democracy.
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