Letter: Here's a Way to Make the GOP Quit Sending You Mail

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Regarding Tad Clarke's editorial ("Cracking the Voter Vault," July 19), in an attempt to stem the decline of letter mail, I always used to remove the empty reply-paid envelope from the Republican National Committee, seal it and mail it back.


On one occasion I was moved to tear up the personalized donation request and include it in the envelope. Now the RNC writes to my wife rather than to me.


Ian Silversides, National Wholesale


Ian@national-wholesale.com





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