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Letter: Rohrer a man of strong moral character

5:53 PM, Mar. 18, 2013  |  Comments

It made me very sad to see a couple letters in the newspaper recently, one personally attacking Mark Rohrer and another suggesting that receiving campaign contributions can make a person "obliged" to those making the contributions.

Mark has been a good friend of mine for many years now and he is a man of strong moral character. He would be "obliged" to no one for any campaign contribution, big or small. Another fact: during all the time I spent with Mark I don't ever recall hearing the names Doug Jones or Jerilyn Dietz. In fact until the recent letters in the newspaper I had no idea who these people were.

This is just one of many examples that separate Mark Rohrer from the crowd. Mark possesses not only the integrity and moral character needed to be a good judge, but the skills and background as well. His skills and background can be seen on Mark's website at www.markrohrerforjudge.com. I will vote for Mark Rohrer on April 2.

Dan Niquette

Manitowoc

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