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To the editor: Bill McLaughlin has no good reason, other than his own self-interest, to recall our elected Town Council president and vice president. So his political buddies (about a dozen or so … more
To the editor: The decision of Tiverton Town Councilors Justin Katz and Robert Coulter to resort to a “Don’t Vote” message as their primary strategy for surviving the recall election … more
To the editor: Tiverton Town Councilors Robert Coulter and Justin Katz are the subject of the upcoming recall vote in town, scheduled for October 10.  Until now, I have mostly stayed on the … more
To the editor: Having been elected four times in Tiverton over the last decade, I’m now in the odd position of writing as a target in an odd recall process where just 405 voters can vote me out … more
To the editor: This recall thing is just plain wrong, and nobody should vote in it. If you support Robert Coulter and me, don’t vote this time. If you don’t want recalls to become the new … more
To the editor: As a former chair of the Tiverton Republican Town Committee (TRTC), I can no longer stay quiet on the current political climate in our community. Most of the folks that I served … more
To the editor: Tiverton is a beautiful town with wonderful residents. People here get to know their neighbors and lend a hand when help is needed. I've only lived here for five years, but have … more
To the editor: The way in which Tiverton Town Council Vice President Justin Katz and Tiverton Town Council President Rob Coulter are reacting to the distinct possibility of being recalled by … more
To the editor: Here is quote from a person who designed fair and ethical debate in politics, especially for government bodies:  “The greatest lesson for democracies to learn is for the … more
To the editor: The reason for recalling councilors Justin Katz and Robert Coulter is simple. They have not taken their Town Council responsibility seriously. Signers and non-signers of the … more
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