The simplest way to ensure absolute integrity in the District 25 Senate race is to give the voters of Long Island a chance to vote again on an upcoming Saturday.

Only 238 people would be affected in order to show that democracy is protected for all the people of Maine. Sens. Roger Katz (chair of the committee that is reviewing the election results) and Bill Diamond (a committee member) might even help the town clerk oversee the re-vote.

Complete transparency without pontification or further ado, just the best way to let one candidate win fair and square.

If I were a voter (or the town clerk) on Long Island, I would welcome the opportunity to know the whole truth with a re-vote.

Jeff Dunlop

North Windham