School board race shouldn't be personal - Page 2

The backroom anti-Brodkin campaign has to stop
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6, when we've had a chance to talk to all the candidates — and right now we're not ready to give the nod to Brodkin or anyone else. And we'd be the first to say that she has made mistakes and they ought to be taken into account in any endorsement process.

But we don't like personal attacks, and we don't like the politics of personal destruction. It's not good for the schools, not good for democracy, not good for San Francisco. Argue issues, debate public problems — but this nasty whisper campaign has to stop.

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