Does 'vote buying' work for both parties?
Joel Ward in his Aug. 12 letter to the editor questioned Stewart Mills' ability to relate to common working people because of his wealth. He accused him of raising money to "buy your vote." If being wealthy is a disqualifier for holding public office, how does Mr. Ward explain officeholders like John Kerry, Nancy Pelosi or Gov. Mark Dayton and countless other Democrats of means?
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