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Maryland General Assembly

Jaffe for U.S. Senate

Reporter John Fritze's article on the U.S. Senate race in Maryland infers that a credible Baltimore candidate has to be either a career politician or a person who has the capability of raising millions of dollars in campaign contributions ("Senate campaigns begin to carve up Baltimore," June 21). This presumption demonstrates faulty reasoning on the part of Mr. Fritze and also accounts for your readers' distrust of The Sun. What The Sun refuses to acknowledge is the fact that a politician should be an individual who possesses an ethical and moral understanding of Judaic-Christian values, who tells the truth all the time, and who is trustworthy. The candidate's...

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