Our local newspaper (Northern Life) has the following sentence in their current editorial:
“He’s a hardworking councillor whom I believe cares about his ward, his city and his constituents, but with all due respect to him, he’s mistaken.”
It is my opinion that the writer should have used “who”. If the sentence was “He’s a hardworking councillor whom I believe” then “whom” would be correct. What is your opinion?
Thanks for taking the time to share this, I feel strongly about it and love learning more on this topic.
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