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Provide proportional allocation of Connecticut's electoral votes

The Day is right to oppose the Popular Vote Compact. The compact provides just another way to disenfranchise Connecticut voters. The current "winner take all" allocation of Connecticut's electoral votes typically leaves 39-45 percent of the...

Smarter eating needed to attack obesity

Your editorial, “Link between obesity and rising cancers in young adults suggests health...

Time to sell Norwich Public Utilities

It seems clear after recent events that Norwich Public Utilities remains greedy and corrupt, especially under the enabling leadership of Grace Jones. At this point give me Eversource. NPU isn’t cheaper than Eversource and doesn’t...

In New London, say 'yes' to Goulart, a strong leader

On Feb. 26 New London has a special election, a four-way race to replace Chris Soto, who resigned as state representative for the greener pastures of the Lamont Administration. Anthony Nolan, anointed successor (and a busy...

Vote true Democrat, vote Anthony Nolan to serve New London

While there are four candidates on the ballot in the 39th District special election, voters only have two choices: Democrat or Republican. Three out of the four candidates have chosen to put their name on the Republican ballot line in previous...

In New London special election, this Democrat goes Green for Martinez

I believe in voting for the best candidate for office, not their party. So while I’m a Democrat, in the special election to replace Democratic state Rep. Chris Soto I will be supporting the Green Party candidate, Mirna...

Trump went high to end shutdown, not so Democrats

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Medicare for all? Start with Congress

The good citizens of our amazing country are always on the lookout for new and innovative solutions to the problems we face. The previous administration attempted to deal with the health care challenge by pushing through the Patient Protection...

Martinez has skills to serve New London

As a lifelong educator and a registered Democrat, I encourage all to support Mirna Martinez for state representative for the 39th District. Having observed her tenure as a present member of the Board of Education, it is clear to me that in...

Provide no forum for climate-change deniers

The Day does not serve its readers by printing right-wing ideologues. Cal Thomas, for example, mocks the science that climate...

Trump correct extracting U.S. from conflicts

As the president says, it’s time to end stupid wars in the Middle East. The U.S. Pentagon has been run by warmongers such as retired Gen. Jim Mattis, the recently resigned secretary of defense. How many hospitals have the...

Heart was weak, but dog's love strong

Following up on Diane Amburn’s letter, “Column touched on importance of pets,” (Feb. 2). On Jan. 29 we had to put our...

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