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A hat-tip to the Board of Commissioners for directing that election signage be in English only. The last I looked this is the United States, an English-speaking nation. The "diversity" police would like to make a mockery of that fact, but most of us agree with the Board of Commissioners. So, I say thank you to the commissioners.

Fred Chitwood
Gainesville

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