It was recently reported that Jason Levesque, a candidate for Congress, had his driver's license suspended — again. The state uses suspension to get a driver's attention, but evidently that doesn’t work with Levesque, since this is his third suspension, with 11 traffic convictions since 2000.
Levesque says his driving record is “irrelevant,” that Mainers don’t care. Well, I care; I have to share the road with him.
More important, he evidently feels that the traffic laws are made for other people to follow. Rules are for the other guy.
Now he wants to go to Washington and make the rules. A person who writes the laws should follow them himself. All of them.
The other candidate for Congress, Mike Michaud, has proven himself as a real stand-up guy, both in Maine and in Washington. That’s who I’m going to vote for.
Judy Green, North Waterford