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General Guidelines

Focus on one issue and stay on point.

Include writer’s name, complete address and daytime phone number.

Some publications reserve the right to edit letters/editorials.

Newspapers generally limit how often they will print letters from an individual.

Letters should generally be less than 250 words (depending on news outlet).

 

For those interested in submitting a letter to the editor of their local newspaper, below is a listing of newspapers and links to submit a letter:

 

Sarasota/Bradenton/Venice:

Sarasota Herald-Tribune: CLICK HERE to find the online form

Bradenton Herald: CLICK HERE to find the online form (half-way down the page)

Venice Gondolier: Email Letters@sun-herald.com or CLICK HERE to find the online form

Englewood Sun: Email Letters@sun-herald.com or CLICK HERE to find the online form



North Port/Port Charlotte/Punta Gorda:

North Port Sun: Email Letters@sun-herald.com or CLICK HERE to find the online form

Charlotte Sun: Email Letters@sun-herald.com or CLICK HERE to find the online form

Punta Gorda Herald: Email Letters@sun-herald.com or CLICK HERE to find the online form

Fort Myers:

Fort Myers News-Press: CLICK HERE to find the online form

Naples:

Naples Daily News: Email Letters@NaplesNews.com or CLICK HERE to find the online form

Desoto County:

The Arcadian: Email Letters@sun-herald.com or CLICK HERE to find the online form

Highlands County:

Highlands Today: CLICK HERE to find the online form

 

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