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Letter to the Editor: Margaret Scarsdale is an indefatigable leader

Margaret Scarsdale is the candidate I am voting for as state representative, 1st Middlesex District because we can count on her to be engaged with and to take the time to understand the needs of each community as she has done for many years; consistently, steadfastly, and passionately. → Read More

Letters: Margaret Scarsdale gets Republican support; Blind loyalty to partisan politics

I am writing to support Margaret Scarsdale, candidate for state representative in the 1st Middlesex district. → Read More

Letters: Margaret Scarsdale is who 1st Middlesex needs; Biden has little control over gas prices, but we do

Margaret’s integrity, hard working attitude, and notable previous accomplishments immediately spoke to me, and I am confident these strong traits will allow her to continue her successful record as state representative of the 1st Middlesex District. → Read More

Letter to the Editor: In support of Natalie Higgins

Whenever I have called Natalie or had people call or told me of their experience, they have always indicated that she literally drops all she has and attends to their needs. → Read More

Letters: Dean Mazzarella endorses John Dombrowski; Is there life before death for farm animals?

As a long time city councilor, John Dombrowski knows the inner workings of government. He knows the important issues and priorities of the residents and business owners in the city of Leominster. → Read More

Letters to the Editor: Andrew Shepherd is an experienced leader; Andrew Shepherd is a breath of fresh air

Unenrolled voters have to decide between two moderate candidates. Both Andrew Shepherd and Margaret Scarsdale have demonstrated their commitment to public service. → Read More

Letters: Don’t scapegoat Lowell’s homeless population; Queen Elizabeth II, a contest in global leadership

It’s been disappointing to see homelessness and mental illness used as scapegoats for struggling businesses downtown. → Read More

Letters: We need Diana DiZoglio’s leadership; North Chelmsford needs Rodney Elliott

Remember how difficult it was for people in Central Mass. to have easy access to the COVID-19 vaccine? → Read More

Letter: Beth Lindstrom says Andrew Shepherd will be an effective voice on Beacon Hill

I am writing to ask you to vote for Andrew Shepherd for state representative in the primary on Sept 6. → Read More

Letters: Andrew Shepherd is a proven leader; Democratic primary is high stakes for climate change

Please join me in supporting Andrew Shepherd, who is running for state representative in Ashby, Dunstable, Groton, Lunenburg, Pepperell and Townsend. He is absolutely your candidate of choice in this 1st Middlesex District primary on Sept. 6! → Read More

Letter: Tami Gouveia a reason to be excited about the lieutenant governor race

The lieutenant governor’s race does not generally instill great enthusiasm in the average voter, but this election year I am excited to cast my vote for Tami Gouveia, who has a doctorate in public health, for lieutenant governor. → Read More

Letters to the Editor: Support for Teresa English, Simon Cataldo

In a little more than two months federal and state elections will be held. Teresa English, candidate for the 22nd Middlesex state representative district will be on the ballot this year. → Read More

Letters: Rep. Moulton a maverick in his party; Reducing carbon footprint article just skims the surface

Congressman Seth Moulton, a former marine, knows what it means to serve. → Read More

Letter to the Editor: Confusion over the right voting precinct

In less than two months, Massachusetts will hold a primary election. As it does every year, the city of Lowell sends out forms that we, the voters, are obliged to check and verify the information it contains, sign it, and return it to the Election Commission. → Read More

Letters: Guns don’t kill people, people do; Start participating to make democracy work again

I'm tired of the conversation being focused on gun control. It's not the problem. Guns don't kill people, people kill people. Yes, guns do make it easier. However, if guns were inaccessible, people would find another way. → Read More

Letter to the Editor: Has the republic failed the people, or have the people failed the republic?

The people of America created a land where the dreams of the imagination are believed. → Read More

Letters to the Editor: Roe v. Wade upended; Time for women to go on strike

Roe v. Wade upended Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and opens the decision on the right to an abortion up to the states. The original law from Mississippi that the Supreme Cou… → Read More

Letter to the Editor: SCOTUS ignored legal precedent, disregarded institution

On June 24, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade while at the same time ignoring 50 years of legal precedent that defended it. I have never seen such condescending arrogance and lack of respect for the institution. → Read More

Letter to the Editor: The sins of the son are not the sins of the father

I read a story on the front page of the May 19 edition of the Lowell Sun. I'm sure you know who George Duncan is. I don't know Mr. Duncan personally but you couldn't live in the Lowell area and not know who he is and all the things he has done over the years to make Lowell a better place. → Read More

Letter: ‘Let’s be rational about electric vehicles’ understates EV importance

Hank Naughton’s article “Let’s be rational about electric vehicles” doesn’t acknowledge the extent to which vehicle manufacturers and the world have committed to EV production and findi… → Read More