Columns/Opinion, Letters to the Editor

How to get on reader’s ‘Do Not Vote for List’

Cheryl Paton, Morgantown
Whatever office you are running for, your pre-recorded phone messages are unwanted.

If you have called me, then odds are your name has been moved to my “Do Not Vote for List.” If you have called my number more than once, then it has definitely been moved to my Do Not Vote for List.

One candidate has called more than four times. Another one called, so I decided to call the number back that the call was made from. The recording that I got was that the phone number was not in service. Really! A candidate has used a number that was not in service. For sure, they have been moved to my Do Not Vote for List.

I read the paper and make my voting decisions based on how you have answered questions. The phone calls do not help you to win; so stop it.