We should require state Rep. Raj Goyle, a Democrat running for the 4th District Congressional seat, to give us an explanation to why he voted no in raising our state sales tax.
In voting no, Rep. Goyle showed a callous disregard for helping our public schools and those individuals on disabilities.
A true Democrat, as was shown by our governor, makes sure children and vital services for the poor are not left behind in the budget-cutting process.
What was your motive, Rep. Goyle, for your no vote on the sales tax issue?
Is it possible you would do anything to get elected even if it means abandoning the core principals of your party?
Or was your no vote a vote of pure political expediency into trying to fool the public into thinking that you are not a real Obama type liberal democrat.

— Sincerely,
Edward A. Myers,
Newton