DEADLINE: No Letters to Editor About Election After Nov. 5

The deadline for letters to the editor to be submitted regarding election-related topics is 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 5.

Election Day is nearly here. Tuesday, Nov. 6 is just around the corner. Are you ready?

Once it's past—and I for one cannot wait—we'll no longer have to deal with campaign mailers, television, radio and print ads, campaign workers knocking on our doors or calling our phones, or letters to the editor proclaiming a candidate's awesomeness clogging Richfield Patch.

That said, I'm sure there are plenty of letter writers chomping at the bit to get one last letter in before the election.

  • See the Richfield Patch letter to the editor page.

The deadline for election-related letters to the editor to be published on Richfield Patch is 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 5.

Letters received on Nov. 5 will be published that day, and no new election-related letters will be published on election day.

Between now and then, if you want to submit a letter to the editor, do so by emailing it to: caitlin.burgess@patch.com.

If you have a letter to the editor about something non-political or non-election-related, we'll accept those anytime we get them and be happy publish them any time.

See Richfield Patch's Election Guide for more information on local, state and national races, as well as ballot questions and other election-related articles.


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