If recent letters to the editor are any indication, there’s plenty of interest in Tuesday’s election, particularly the City Commission race. We hope that means turnout will be greater than has too often been the case in our April elections. Some citizens have
To the Editor: Every government, including the Manhattan City Commission, has duties, obligations and responsibilities. If it is import-ant to you that your City Commission takes its duties and obligations seriously, and if a responsible local government is important to you, then this election is
To the Editor: Do you like the idea of more city government control? Do you want the city government involved in rental lease contracts, either as a landlord or as a renter? If so, you can find a couple of candidates who either outright would
To the Editor: I voted for Rich Jankovich! He’s committed to the continued growth and economic devel-opment of Manhattan. His roots are here — junior High School, high school, KSU graduate. His extended family members live and work here. He’s a member of numerous
To the Editor: Your vote April 2 for the USD 383 School Board should focus on leadership. Pat Hudgins will provide that. Pat will encourage educators and she will support excellence in education for all students.
To the Editor: A few of the candidates for city Commission fully support heavy funding for ATA, needless building projects, return of the rental inspection program and return of the LGBT ordinance with its many flawed concepts like the human rights board.
To the Editor: I am endorsing Aaron Estabrook for school board and Karen McCulloh, Debbie Nuss and Usha Reddi for City Commission. These candidates have the intuition, integrity and experience to recognize that we must address the concerns of all segments of our community.
To the Editor: Let’s re-elect Rich Jankovich to another term on the City Commission. He’s a proven leader who keeps an open mind on issues. He looks at the big picture, and his vision is not impaired by narrow, precon-ceived judgment. Rich is
To the Editor: We are at a critical turning point in our city government. In this important election cycle, we are fortunate to have two candidates who have consist-ently demonstrated strong lead-ership abilities through their longstanding involvement in the Manhattan community.
To the Editor: You have a simple choice to make for City Commission. Vote for Reddi, McCulloh and Nuss if you want higher taxes, spending on frivolous programs and increased government intrusion. Vote for Ball and Hogan if you want efficiency and rational problem-solvers guiding
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