As th e information superhighway became the main way for people to communicate in recent years, a lot is lost in the political process. Opinions overwhelm facts, and people have little inclination to hear divergent opinions seeing as fingers aren’t very good at listening.

We invite southern Brazoria County residents in the coming days to hit an exit ramp from social media and take a drive through neighborhood streets as we present the visions of local candidates seeking your vote.

This editorial was written by Michael Morris, managing editor of The Facts.

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