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Gubernatorial name-calling [Letter]

With the upcoming election of a new governor for the state of Maryland there are the usual political advertisements on television. I have a question for both Anthony Brown and Larry Hogan: Were you never taught by your parents three basic virtues? If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. And just because everyone else is doing something, it doesn't make it right.

I get so turned off by the rude name-calling and bashing of the candidates in their ads that I don't want to vote for either candidate ("Ads in governor's race are narrow, negative," Sept. 25). They would not be my choice as personal friends as I would not be friends with people who behave in that manner. Why would I want them to govern the state where I live? I have always used my right to vote because I feel it is important as a citizen, but this makes it difficult to want to vote for either candidate.

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Mr. Brown and Mr. Hogan, tell me what you can do for me and the state of Maryland, not what you think is wrong with the other candidate.

Anne Sommer, Catonsville

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