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RICHARD TOON, United States Navy 4-Year Service, San Juan Capistrano

So, the San Juan Capistrano city councilmembers are non-partisan. Well, City Councilmember Howard Hart is the exception. In his recent Letter to the Editor, Hart targeted 74th District Assembly candidate Chris Duncan for his “very telling ballot description.” Duncan listed himself as “councilmember/USMC liaison.”

Hart, a retired Captain, United States Navy, took exception to Duncan’s use of his label “USMC liaison.” As a former sailor in the United States Navy, I consider Hart’s opinion to be a gross overreaction.

For a moment, let’s examine the record of Hart’s favorite, Laurie Davies. Despite what I consider very “vanilla” campaign literature, she is a MAGA Republican and an election denier. I do not think she represents the opinions of the majority of voters in the 74th Assembly District.

Stick to city business, Howard.

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