To The Daily Sun,
Letter writer James Veverka is mistaken. Mrs. Clinton is not the first woman to be nominated for president of the U.S. Victoria Woodhull (1838-1927) a self-made woman was nominated in 1872 with Frederick Douglas as vice president, although he never accepted it. (Wikipedia and The Citizen is where I found an article).
She was brilliant, had no formal education and raised poor in a not-so-happy home. She was definitely a woman ahead of her time.
Mr. Veverka, you wrote to Mr. Earle, I believe this quote. "I support your right to an opinion 100 percent, but I love my facts and data." Mr. V, you make your facts and data fit into your own agenda and dismiss the facts of others.
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