In partisan Annapolis, Curt Anderson should have known better

February 10, 2011

Del. Curt Anderson should have learned a lesson from the treatment Sen. Jim Brochin received years ago ("After fellow Democrats complain, delegate resigns from tea party," Feb. 10). He was punished by party leaders for voting on a crucial bill the way his district instructed him to vote. Representing the will of your constituents is not what you are supposed to do in Annapolis, or Washington, for that matter. You are to do what party leadership tells you to do. Dels. Cheryl Glenn, Melvin Stukes and others quoted in this article should be ashamed of themselves.

Patricia Turlington, Cockeysville

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