When The Sun's article on the Democratic Senate primary race between Reps. Donna Edwards and Chris Van Hollen states, "Edwards and Van Hollen hold broadly similar views on issues important to their party. Each supports ... closer regulation of Wall Street," it misses a big difference between the two ("Edwards takes lead in U.S. Senate race, Sun/UB poll finds," March 12).
Ms. Edwards is co-sponsoring legislation to reinstate a modern version of President Franklin Roosevelt's Glass-Steagall Banking Act. Mr. Van Hollen is not. This is a difference of substance, not style, and is reflective of a divide within the Democratic Party nationally.
Mike Reeves, Violetville