Reader believes Stenger reflects south county’s values

I am bothered by what Mae Busch wrote Oct. 16.

I don’t care if John Campisi is a Republican or a Democrat. He just doesn’t represent my values. He put literature on my door saying he has fought the district trash plan from the start. He voted for it in December 2006 when it started. I don’t care much for dishonesty.

Campisi once worked as a grant writer for Applied Scholastics, a non-profit corporation that promotes the use of study techniques created by the late L. Ron Hubbard, a science fiction author and founder of the Church of Scientology.

That bothers me. I don’t care what religion a person is, but supporting the church of Scientology is just not in line with my values.

In Steve Stenger’s Call questionnaire, I see that Stenger publicly opposes each tax proposal that the Council and Dooley supports. That shows Stenger is an independent thinker. It looks like he recruited himself. I want a leader who reflects south county’s values and he seems to do that.

Earl C. Blase

Oakville Democratic Organization

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