Letters touting a candidate or group of candidates running in the Nov. 2 municipal election may be submitted through Friday, Oct. 29 and must be 100 words or fewer. Longer letters will be rejected; shorter letters will get preference if the volume of letters becomes an issue.
Please include a word count with your letter and a daytime phone number. A person may write one letter per candidate. We will not publish more than one letter from the same person on a single day, nor will we publish letters from candidates regarding their races.
The deadline for letters to the editor about general election issues was Oct. 26. General election letters will no longer be accepted.
Letters unrelated to the election may continue to be submitted but may not contain personal attacks or unsubstantiated facts. We will not publish anonymous letters or letters that are libelous or in poor taste. Please be considerate and limit your letters to 400 words or fewer to allow our volunteer editors to review them in a timely manner.