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Demand fairness in redistricting

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

One Sept. 2, a three judge panel ruled that the legislative maps currently in use in our state are unconstitutional.

The framers of our constitution envisioned that there would be a fair election process where the citizens of this state would choose their representatives free of overtly partisan involvement.

The court has mandated that new lines be drawn under the watchful eye of public scrutiny. Government works best when it works for its citizens.

I encourage all who are committed to open government and fair elections to avail themselves of the opportunity to participate in the process of redrawing the legislative maps by attending the hearings and demanding fairness from those elected to represent us.

Brenda J. Fairfax

Winterville

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October 14, 2019

When I go to the grocery store and buy a dozen eggs in a foam plastic carton, I always open the carton and check the eggs before I put them in my grocery cart. It is not that I think the grocery store would short change me, but I am investing some of my family money and need to check the eggs.

Our…

October 13, 2019

I can't remember a Republican politician ever admitting to being wrong about anything, or apologizing for any lousy deed he or she might have done.

Then comes former Republican Congressman Joe Walsh, who in the past lied nearly every time he opened his mouth. He made up lies about Obama/Democrats.…

October 13, 2019

I am in agreement with Nikki Haley, former ambassador to the UN, that President Trump’s victories are a big win for every America — unless you are a member of the Democratic/Communist party that is.

Our great president is working hard every day to make America more safe, more prosperous…

October 12, 2019

At the suggestion of my wife, we moved from Raleigh to Greenville two years ago this week. It was a great suggestion and we have loved being a part of this community.

After almost 40 years in Raleigh, Greenville is a nice change of pace. From what I read in the Daily Reflector, I am not sure that…

October 10, 2019

Opportunity exists for youth to develop their math skills, their problem-solving skills, and their social skills. The means for these desirable outcomes isn’t magic, it’s bridge.

Bridge is an excellent tool to develop critical thinking and inferential reasoning, plus it gives the youth…

October 10, 2019

Franklin Graham made a return visit to Greenville after 21 years and said that the "nation’s problems are spiritual" and "only God can solve it." Donald Trump said at the 2016 Republican National Convention "I alone can fix it".

If Graham thinks the nation’s problems are spiritual, why…

October 09, 2019

As I write, Turkey has begun military operations along Syria’s’ northern border against Kurds they characterize as “terrorists” but whom we embraced as “allies” in our war on ISIS and its caliphate. Moreover, those Kurds did much more than “stand…

October 09, 2019

In reading Sunday’s public forum, Dedan Waciuri from Greenville went on a rampage attacking white men, but I guess he’s not racist since he’s black talking about a white person in this tone.

He pointed to an incident to where a white person was arrested walking down Biltmore…

October 08, 2019

Color TV on CBS has changed to “black and white” with Monday night’s new schedule. I am not referring to reprises of the Dick Van Dyke series, or the Beverly Hillbillies — not even I Love Lucy.

I’m referring to its fall primetime lineup. First comes The Neighbor, a…

October 07, 2019

National Mental Illness Awareness Week runs through Saturday and will be observed at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday with a free mental health forum sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness-Pitt County at Alice Keene Park, 4561 County Home Road.

NAMI works to improve the quality of life of…

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