Normally when you fight a fight or lose a game, you shake hands, say congratulations and move on.
This time you have to question the mentality of the voters.
The Cargile-Stickland race is what I am referring to. If you just listed their qualifications in leadership positions and leading successful organizations, there would be no question who was best-qualified.
This leads me to wonder what people were thinking in electing Stickland.
— George Clark, Bedford