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A typing error led to a mistake in an open letter to citizens of the 1st District of Cannon County from Commissioner Russell Reed.

The letter should have said:

"My votes were not always with the majority of the commission, but they were always in the best interest, in my opinion for my district and the county as a whole."

The Cannon Courier regrets and apologizes for the error.

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August 05, 2014 at 11:02am
This blatant mistake may have caused a fine man to lose his run for re-election. He gives his all for the people of the 1st district and this is the thanks he gets from your paper! Do you ever check what you are putting in your paper before it goes to print? Please in the future, read what you are given to print and print it as written. Good luck Russell, you have run a good campaign, even if the Courier has erred so badly.
August 05, 2014 at 12:36pm
Could it be the Boss Hogg political machine at work.
August 05, 2014 at 2:11pm
Someone called it Richard Nixon politics. But I think you are right, Mr. Tenpenny, more like Boss Hogg.
August 05, 2014 at 2:17pm
Russell Reed is great upholding citizen in this county, I think everyone knows he does a great job. Hopefully this has not hurt his campaign or falsely mislead anyonel
August 06, 2014 at 6:05am
Continued mistakes in spelling in this newspaper. They must not have an editor to review what is written. Has anyone noticed that there has not been any court reports for several weeks. No Boss, this would have nothing to do with the upcoming election!!!!
August 06, 2014 at 8:23pm
Since that I suspect the staff at the Courier are all liberal democrats they should be able to vote enough times to make it up to Russell.
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