Letter to editor: Misses Democratic Party of old

Misses Democratic Party of old

In the Feb. 27 paper, I noticed an article in regard to the election of the new national chairman of the Democratic Party, Tom Perez. According to the report, Perez pledges to unite a fractured party and rebuild at all levels … reaching out to chunks of rural America. Does that pledge mean that those of us who hold moderate or even midly (gasp) conservative views would be welcome back to the table? I miss my old Democratic Party of long ago.

SCOTT MACK/Lubbock

 

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