Letter to the editor: Kafer should suspend column

Posted 8/29/21

It appears to us that one candidate for a Littleton City Council at-large seat, Krista Kafer, has a serious advantage over her opponent, Gretchen Rydin. Ms. Kafer, a …

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Letter to the editor: Kafer should suspend column

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It appears to us that one candidate for a Littleton City Council at-large seat, Krista Kafer, has a serious advantage over her opponent, Gretchen Rydin. Ms. Kafer, a Policy Senior Fellow at the Independence Institute, also is a regular columnist for The Denver Post. This medium provides her a sizable forum to make her conservative opinions widely known.

Granting one candidate preferential visibility and free publicity is blatantly unfair. In the interest of equity, we ask Ms. Kafer to voluntarily desist from writing and publishing columns until after Littleton's November election.

Jeffrey A. May

Karen A. Crossen

Littleton

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