To the editor:
On May 28, the Deseret News printed an article, "Utah Demos may file a complaint over Cannon's Geneva School ads," citing complaints that Geneva is breaking FEC rules by running ads that are difficult to discern from Cannon's political advertisements.I agree, and Mr. James Roberts, head of the Democratic Party, is right to file charges with the FEC. The ads are too similar, and to let it go would be an affront to the democratic process. These are not the days of monopolies, where big business can control the country outright.
At the same time, Cannon has no right to be advertising Geneva's work with the elementary school in the first place. The school is named after Geneva, not Cannon. The only involvement that Cannon had in the whole thing was his secretary using his presidential rubber stamp to OK the procedure.
It's about time that FEC steps in to put a stop to what Cannon and Geneva are trying to pull.