Elections should not be determined by how much money one candidate has accumulated; rather, by who is best qualified.

People need training for a career. Do presidential hopefuls (or candidates for mayor) know what the job entails? Have they taken classes to prepare for a career in politics?

No wonder America is going down the drain. People vote for candidates who are picked almost at random. That goes for senators and representatives, too.

One cannot cater to certain people only, but must work for the common good of society at large.

Everyone might have to sacrifice a bit to make the U.S. a better place to live.

Gabrielle De Moras, Lewiston

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