Didn’t Vote For Trump But Want Him On The Ballot

Dear Editor,

I did not vote for Donald Trump, and I don’t want him to become president again. But I don’t like the idea of him being removed from election ballots. I believe that every American citizen should have the right to run for president.

The people should decide who becomes president.

I remember years ago when Ralph Nader was running for president. There was a debate and he wanted to participate in it. Both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party prevented him from participating. So what did Nader do? He got a press pass and tried to sit in the audience. The two parties had security remove him from the building. I thought that this was terrible, and it proved to me that our country is ruled by a “two party dictatorship.”  If you disagree with me about the “two party dictatorship” please prove me wrong.

I believe that there should be “write-in” lines in every election race, on every ballot. That way the people would really have democracy because they could vote for the person that they wanted to. Every race should have a “none of the above” line as well. Don’t forget about Ralph Nader.

Chuck Mann