Unfounded assumption

I am astonished, Ms. Barber, that you compare Kent mayoral candidates Dana Ralph and Jim Berrios to the ”spectacle of Trump” (letter to the editor, Kent Reporter, July 21) on the basis of they being Kent business owners.

You lost credibility assuming greed and ambition motivate business owners and deters them from focused commitment to elected office.

Basing your statements in a muck of non-existent/untrue data negates the support you offered your candidate’s expressed reasons for running.

– Anne Timlick

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