Deadline for Herald-Leader Letters To The Editor - Today at 5pm

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Bowling Green The Daily News
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Corbin Corbin Times Tribune
Covington The Kentucky Post
Cynthiana Cynthiana Democrat
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Owensboro Owenboro Messenger-Inquirer
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Paintsville The Paintsville Herald
Pikeville Applachian News Express
Prestonsburg Floyd County Times
Richmond Richmond Register
Russellville News Democrat & Leader
Somerset Commonwealth Journal
Springfield The Springfield Sun
Whitesburg The Mountain Eagle
Williamstown Grant County News
Winchester Winchester Sun


    Today is the deadline to submit letters to the editor to the Herald-Leader in support of specific candidates and *might* also be considered the deadline to submit other letters pointed at the election, such at talking about New Power or non-partisan letters focusing on the election. 

    Letters of support can be no more than 150 words and must be received by 5pm today.  You can email Letter to the Editor at:  hleditorial@herald-leader.com or use their convenient online form at www.kentucky.com/369


    The rest of this blog entry has some broad advice about writing letters to the editor for the Herald or other papers.  Write one today!


    Writing a letter to the editor is a simple and easy way to reach thousands of Kentuckians and help to educate, organize, and build awareness around the issues that we care about.  Even very short letters can be powerful.


   Letters to the editor are a free, effective way to let decision-makers and the community at-large know how you feel about important issues and candidates.


 


   Your letter to the editor should be:
- Brief (250 words or fewer, depending on the paper), easy to read, and to the point.  Some of the best letters are just a couple of sentences long.
- Focused on one issue, and maybe even one angle of a particular issue.
- Supported by key facts.
- Personal. Describe how you are affected or why you care about this issue.
- A call to action. What do you want decision-makers and members of the public to do?



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