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Trudy Vader walked into her bull’s pen without hesitation Monday, even though he sported horns fit for a matador’s cape and sword. He was indeed a fighting bull and bred for that purpose, but as of late all he’s had to fight is a wooden fence on one side of his pen.

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The people of Gunnison County have spoken, loudly and clearly. Our county government is not on the wrong track

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More critical needs than housing

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We’ve been hearing a lot about this election for a long time. We’ve been told that this one is “more important than ever,” that “the soul of our country is at stake,” that our future hinges on who wins, who loses.

I fundamentally disagree with this premise.

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We at the Times keep a close eye on county election workers. Indeed, we have no choice; the Blackstock Building is directly across North Wisconsin Street from our offce. We’ve watched for the past few weeks as election judges, wearing paper jumpsuits, have manned the voting machines under a big white canopy, paced around the parking lot’s perimeter and ushered vehicles and pedestrians to ballot drop boxes.

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