Editor, Times-Union: It was the night you could have heard a pin drop, the night Eric Miller came to town. Advance America, a watchdog at the state house for the people, is nonpartisan and has never endorsed any candidate or party. At this Freedom Briefing, Eric spoke at a local Warsaw church on March 31 and exposed Rep. Kubacki’s voting records, as well as others. We sat there absolutely stunned and deeply disappointed. It was a defining moment, for public voting records do not lie. They are truth revealers. If you weren't at the meeting, we encourage you to go online and listen to the entire program at http://vimeo.com/90666548#at=0 Facts speak for themselves. Will you choose to listen? Privileged to support Curt Nisly for state representative in District 22. Tom Pletcher Precinct Committeeman Washington 2 Vicki Pletcher Pierceton, via email
Posted: Saturday, April 26, 2014
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You would think a precinct committeeman would: A) Not publicly support any candidate in a primary while using his title. B) At least Google Eric Miller before writing a letter to the editor as I did. To claim Advance America is non-partisan and doesn't endorse candidates is patently false. They use the push pull method by cherry picking what they put in their literature and making the person they're opposed to look as bad as possible. They are a religious group with an agenda that they push by choosing which races to give their "non-partisan" flyers/speeches in. Agree with Eric Miller and you're home free... don't agree with his anti-gay agenda and you'll have his group putting out flyers about you.