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You have a choice

To the editor: Are you satisfied with the way our current county commissioners have been running the county? You have a choice in the upcoming election. Is it responsible to vote to increase residential density by 70% in the Coastal High Hazard Flood Zone (Owl Creek development)? Is it ...

Vote Fisher

To the editor: Gov. DeSantis has endorsed Sam Fisher for the Lee County School Board and for good reason. Our children should be taught the education they deserve, and what the parents expect to be taught in the classroom. Please vote for Gov. DeSantis’s endorsed Sam Fisher for school board ...

To the Editor: Moving to elected city manager would bring no benefit

To the editor: In the Breeze edition dated Sept. 9, there was a letter indicating it was time for an elected City Manager for Cape Coral. I could not disagree more. The Mayor and City Council members are elected by the people to make policy. In turn they hire a City Manager to carry out ...

To the Editor: Vote Nelson

To the editor: Thank you to the residents who cast their vote for me in the primary election. I truly appreciate the support from my family, friends, and community. Cape Coral is a great city and I encourage all my supporters to get behind Jennifer Nelson for Cape Coral City Council, ...

To the editor: Vote no on elected school superintendent referendum

To the editor: Politics have no place in education. Making Lee County’s superintendent an elected position goes against everything education stands for. Go back to the origins of education. A lot of us are striving for our children to go on to the next level: A university. The ...

To the editor: Vote for county commission write-in candidates

To the editor: Women For a Better Lee has been asked: “Why are you endorsing write-in candidates?” Indeed, we recognize that they are long shots. But the answer is simple: we want to preserve democracy in Lee County by giving voters a choice. Imagine our shock to learn that the name ...

To the editor: Are Cape elections really non-partisan?

To the editor: To the editor: The City of Cape Coral website states that our municipal elections are non-partisan. Incumbents and challengers do not, or can not declare party affiliation. But that doesn’t mean individual candidates are non-partisan, it just means you have to look a little ...

To the editor: Show us the money

To the editor: I am probably only one of many thousands who are frustrated with the increase in our Lee County Electric Coop invoices over the past few months. The information and excuse coming from the co-op is that they are just passing the energy charges onto their customers. I have to ...

To the editor: Politics over prudence

To the editor: Donald Trump, when we consider his accomplishments for the American people and the world, may rank among America's greatest Presidents! President Trump promised to make America great again... and he succeeded. Let’s put ugly politics aside and examine the indisputable ...

Our tax-and-spend city council

To the editor: This November, we all need to pay more attention to those running for Mayor and City Council. We need to elect fiscally responsible people who will do what they are elected to do—represent their constituents—not use their position to transform Cape Coral into THEIR vision ...