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    Originally posted by Lee Chowaniec:
    The Lancaster Democratic Party Committee has also endorsed Sage, Jackson, and Talbot. As they say: Everything is about politics.
    In fairness, I don't know if the Republican committee has officially endorsed Romig, Sproull and Romig
    but almost all their posts on their Facebook page are Romig, Sproull and Romig.

    I don't think it's politics just on one side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorja View Post
    In fairness, I don't know if the Republican committee has officially endorsed Romig, Sproull and Romig
    but almost all their posts on their Facebook page are Romig, Sproull and Romig.

    I don't think it's politics just on one side.

    As I don’t have a Facebook account, you’re post tells me nothing. Unlike the Democrats who have officially endorsed Sage, Jackson, and Talbot – indicating its explicit support of the candidates in all matters, the Republicans have not officially endorsed any school board candidates. Are you inferring the Republicans are equally complicit in their because all their Facebook posts are about the Romigs and Sproull? Is that what you are inferring? If the Republicans do officially endorse, I am sure you will find it. Please post it because it doesn't matter to me as it does not address the real issue of what's in our school libraries, nor should it influence the voter.

    Who should really give a rats ass what the Republicans think! No political party should become involved in school district affairs – IMHO. Nor should the Lancaster Teachers Unions endorse candidates as it presents a ‘quid pro quo’ conflict of interest appearance – especially when union contract negotiations are taking place.

    If the voters believe there are ‘obscene’, pornographic reading materials in the school district libraries, believe Sage, Jackson, and Talbot are right in finding them acceptable, and find the endorsements received are influence free from quid pro quos, they will be elected.

    Having inappropriate age-related obscene, pornographic reading materials in our school library is outright wrong – for any reason, period! All the detraction is BS!

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    Well, all I know is that I will be voting against the obscene books in school libraries.
    As you, I wish neither political party would be picking sides.
    This is the Lancaster Republicans cover photo


    And their post -

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    I believe that John Abraham endorses three candidates, but the LCTA does not as a whole.

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