Editor, Commonwealth:

Elected officials should stay in their own lane, such as county supervisor, city councilman, election commissioner, state senator or state representative, because they are elected by the people, not some of the people.

You can vote for the candidate of your choice on Election Day, but you should not encourage others to vote for someone you like. There is a code of ethics that all public officials must govern themselves by.

Let’s make our New Year’s resolution be to help others who are less fortunate and to try to stay in our own lane. Peace, love and happiness will come your way.

Carl Winters
Greenwood

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