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Mayoral candidates: An embarrassment of embrassments

Regarding the article, "Sheila Dixon announces she wants to be mayor" (July 2), both Ms. Dixon and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake have been created by our "maker" and therefore deserve our respect. However, as career politicians their behavior warrants very little regard, if any at all. The conduct of one can be labeled as dishonest while the activities of the other can be marked as incompetent.

What a choice for the voters of Baltimore!

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The suggestion you offer in your editorial, "Dixon's return" (July 5): The entry of more people in the race for mayor such as Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young, state Sen. Catherine Pugh, Del. Jill P. Carter and Councilmen Nick Mosby, Carl Stokes and Brandon M. Scott will only serve to add to the field of morally bankrupt career politicians who promote their own self-interests instead of catering to the needs and best interests of the citizens of Baltimore City.

The Sun editorial board should wake up and stop giving these phony politicians more opportunities to "con" the voters!

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Ralph Jaffe, Baltimore

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