Letter: Poll work left me proud to be an American

Posted 11/26/20

To the editor:

I was a poll worker in Little Compton, thanks to Carol Wordell and Scott Morrison. I was able to be part of our greater democracy. I never felt more proud to be an American and to …

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Letter: Poll work left me proud to be an American

Posted

To the editor:

I was a poll worker in Little Compton, thanks to Carol Wordell and Scott Morrison. I was able to be part of our greater democracy. I never felt more proud to be an American and to work with such honorable and altruistic citizens.

I can only say that fraud and voter suppression were virtually impossible. I am grateful for the opportunity to be part of something much bigger than me. I pray for the United States and the beautiful community in which I am blessed to live.

Remember: “Even if you lose the game, you still have to go to practice the next day.”

Martina Halsey

Little Compton

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