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Published: Tuesday, Oct. 29 2013 10:25 p.m. MDT

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Taylorsville, UT

They might wish the opposition has fizzled out, but you can hardly call a computer glitch or a blocked access to the internet meeting a victory for them. Wait until they count the ballots and the demographics polled prove to be irrelevant to the voice of the people.

Citizens are aware of vast losses to inflation and governemt excess that will deplete the economy of more than half a billion dollars will not be supported. Of course the district will have to make plans to revoke the ballot counts objecting to the bond because the polls are right and not the people. Government expansion is destroying the economy, its time all branches including the education department to downsize there participation in welfare and public service beyond there authorization.

South Jordan, UT

Why would individuals who oppose the bond show up to a school board meeting? Complaining to the school board now is not going to get the bond off the ballot. Their time would be better spent sharing their thoughts and feelings with the voters, not the school board.

South Jordan, UT

Senator Howard Stephenson and his East Side Cronies can keep their noses out of our business. Hiding behind the supposedly neutral forum of the Utah Taxpayers Association, Senator Stephenson just can't leave Jordan District alone.

It is like a bad divorce where one side just can't seem to let things go. Senator, we've moved on. You should too.

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