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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Dec. 7, 2001
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Monday, October 14, 2002
I love letters to the editor: Especially this one from the Los Angeles Times.


Re where Davis receives political contributions: What difference does it make where a prostitute conducts business; the intent is the same anywhere.

Ed Pollack
Apple Valley


That one's funny. This one is simply too true -- and representative of how a great number of Californians feel.


So, it has come to this: a choice for governor between the bumbling nincompoop and the rapacious extortionist. I leave it to The Times' readership to decide who fits those descriptions. I have decided to return to my roots, and "waste my vote" on a minority party candidate who cannot win. That puts my selected candidate in the same shoes as the electorate in this race.

Frank Robinson
Ridgecrest


I can't in good conscience vote for either Davis or Simon. I may vote libertarian -- or I may write in Bill the Cat.

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