Letters

Thanks for political science

Editor: I would like to commend The Times’ editor for his scientific reporting on how we in Langley accidentally vote incumbents back in at election time (The Times, July 1).

Mayor Froese has stated in the past that  he “listens to the silent majority.”

With so many controversial issues over the past four years (our legal bills, alone, are up 40 per cent over 2012) the mayor and council had better hope the silent majority shows up to vote this time around, or maybe we may see the exception that proves Mr.Bucholtz’s rule.

J.Beauman,

Langley

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