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Letter to the Editor

Get your voice heard! The publications listed below provide opportunities for members of the community to express their opinion about the importance of voting YES for the Human Rights Ordinance this November. If you have something to say please write a brief and concise letter and send it to one of the publications listed below. Click on the name of the publication to for further instructions in submitting your letter. Send along a copy to us so we can hear the voices of our supporters!

Royal Oak Daily Tribune: Click on the box titled “WRITE A LETTER to the Editor” to submit your opinion.

Royal Oak Patch: You’ll have to join the Patch community, but once you do you can post on the boards to speak your mind.

Royal Oak Review: Part of C & G Newspapers, this publication provides 4 different means to submit a Letter to the Editor: online, e-mail, phone, or mailed. Directions for each are listed on the linked webpage. Letters must be typed, less than 300 words, and must include your name, phone number and address.

South Oakland Eccentric: This local publication by Observer & Eccentric Newspapers, a Gannett Company accepts letters submitted online. Please take note that the page expires after 15 minutes so it is recommended to write the letter prior to submission.

The Oakland Press: Letters (max. 250 words) and opinion pieces (max. 650 words) can be submitted by e-mail to Andrew Kidd (andrew.kidd@oakpress.com). Include your name, address, and daytime and evening phone numbers. Submissions can also be mailed to The Oakland Press 48 W. Huron St. Pontiac, MI 48342-2101.

Detroit Free Press: Submissions are accepted online, as well as by mail or fax. There is a 150 word limit for letters and writers must include their name, home address and telephone number. It is important to note that letters to other publications will not be considered for publication.

The Detroit News: Either a Letter to the Editor (max. 250 words) or a Commentary (600-750 words) can be submitted to The Detroit News. Submissions can be sent by e-mail, fax, or mail and must include author’s name, home and work telephone number, and city of residence. Letters to other publications will not be considered for publication.

Detroit Metro Times: Letters less than 250 words can be sent by mail to 733 St. Antoine, Detroit MI 48226; faxes to (313)-961-6598; e-mail to letters@metrotimes.com. Please include your telephone number with the letter.

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