Your paper has recently noted voters don't have much choice in county elections. What is your paper doing about this?
Are you contacting Michael Stogner to sit down with him and see if you can provide a meaningful endorsement?
Are you contacting Don Horsely to see if he intends his "no salary" commitment to endure for a possible second term? During that call, are you going to ask him if he's going to accept Stogner's invitation to debate?
For that matter, would you host and moderate such a debate?
Are you investigating possible crimes committed by a member of the D.A.'s family against another family member, and the cover-up by the D.A.? Have you asked Wagstaffe about this? Or is that meant to just be reported on (or not) if someone else uncovers it?
All of these are WELL within the boundaries of ethical and accepted journalism. You're all we have.
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