Our federal, state and local governments seem overpopulated by entrenched career politicians whose main interest seems to be to perpetuate their government employment — a condition your editorial calls "experience."
In Laurie Taylor-Mitchell I find a community-focused parent who worked against entrenched interests to create a hybrid school board. As a resident, she has devoted years of time and effort to improving the conditions in county schools.
Like Mr. Kach, Ms. Taylor-Mitchell is an experienced educator. Unlike Mr. Kach, she is not a career politician.
Our government needs more citizen legislators like Ms. Taylor-Mitchell and fewer career politicians like Mr. Kach.