I wonder how the employees of The Tribune would feel if they had experienced a manager for six years whose management style and policies they didn’t like or respect. Then, finally, they have the opportunity to express their opinions, letting the public know that the leadership to which they have been subjected has not been conducive to efficiency, effectiveness, creative solutions or high morale. And then outsiders completely ignore their experience and opinions.
Unlike The Tribune Editorial Board, the deputy district attorneys know well the character, ethics and abilities of both candidates, and they support Dan Dow. The Tribune could at least have said why it doesn’t think the opinion of those who will have to live with the results of this election is relevant.