"(I) object to the gross generalization from an LGBT candidate against St. Agnes and the proposed placement of a polling place. We do not preach hate, we welcome all people in Christ and despite our differences. Our Church helps people regardless of politics. This was a horrible campaign stunt that impugned an entire community, our values and our mission. We don't all deserve to be stereotyped because of the statements of some of our leaders. This is one of the best group of people I have ever known and to see them disparaged was painful to me. Please consider using (this note) to object to this kind of stereotyping."
Background on the ongoing sitch:
ROELAND PARK, KS (AP) - Some officials, candidates and LGBTQ rights advocates are questioning a decision by county election officials to move a suburban Kansas City polling place to a Catholic church. The Kansas City Star reports that critics worry relocating the Ward 2 polling place in Roeland Park to St.