The Tribune, not Bernie Sanders, deserves the “Worst Case of Denial” award (“California primary roundup: The good, the bad, the bizarre,” editorial, June 9). In its one-sided coverage of the whole primary and its refusal to acknowledge the roadblocks California’s 4.2 million “no party preference” voters faced in trying to cast their votes, The Tribune stands with The Associated Press (and the corporate media in general) against the threat of voters’ rights.
Bert Bender, Atascadero
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