LETTER: Stucky lawsuits allegation misleading

letters to the editor feature photoWell in 30+ years of politics I thought I’d seen everything.  Not so.  The mailer sent out to the voters in the House District 64 campaign were given false information and the record needs to be corrected.  The mailer said Dr. Lynn Stucky had been party to 12 civil lawsuits.  NOT SO.  Of the items listed, one is a charge against the Constable for papers served in a debt collection action.  Nine are simple debt collections, not civil lawsuits.  Two are one and the same stemming from the actions of a former staff person and while the penalty could have been a fine $2500 with a license suspension it was a reprimand PERIOD.  Supposedly this all stemmed from Dr. Stucky’s response on a form given the Dallas Morning News, known for investigating candidates, especially in contested campaigns.   Today the DMN endorsed Dr. Lynn Stucky as the most qualified and electable of the three candidates running for House District 64.

I agree with that endorsement.

Jean Campbell
Argyle, TX

CTG Staff
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