Dennis C. Bartash: The silent minority objects

By Signal Contributor

Last update: Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

It’s a shame that the Oct. 8 Knight and Caforio debate at the Valencia Country Club charged $25 for tickets to the event.

These debates should be open to the general public free of charge because many are living day to day on Social Security and can’t afford to pay to become informed electorate.

The event could well have been conducted in one of the many Santa Clarita facilities that have space for the audience.

There are many community events that cut out seniors and low-income residents because of high-priced tickets. I guess we are the silent minority.

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Dennis C. Bartash: The silent minority objects

It’s a shame that the Oct. 8 Knight and Caforio debate at the Valencia Country Club charged $25 for tickets to the event.

These debates should be open to the general public free of charge because many are living day to day on Social Security and can’t afford to pay to become informed electorate.

The event could well have been conducted in one of the many Santa Clarita facilities that have space for the audience.

There are many community events that cut out seniors and low-income residents because of high-priced tickets. I guess we are the silent minority.

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  • noonan

    I wouldn’t pay a penny to sit and hear those two losers spew their BS.