Regarding the Aug. 28 letter “Disagreements aren’t conspiracies”: NC GOP executive director Dallas Woodhouse was concerned that Sunday voting would offend religious preferences of some people.
Clearly Woodhouse is concerned only about Christians, not those whose religious observances occur on other days.
Sunday voting hours from noon or 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. would clearly not overlap with normal worship hours.
Woodhouse should direct his concerns to the owners and operators of the following entities and activities that operate on Sundays: groceries, gas stations, malls, other retail outlets, pro sports, sometimes college sports, parks and camping grounds, museums and galleries, etc.
If Woodhouse is so worried about those who violate Sunday religious preferences, he should address the thousands, if not millions, of Christians who don’t bother to attend church every Sunday.