To the Editor: If The Mercury deems this a political letter, I will pay for it. I have to question the headline you used on John Ball’s letter to the editor Thursday justifying his expenditures on his own campaign.
To the Editor: In this upcoming election, many issues have been discussed about our city and how our money is being spent. Our Manhattan is a group of Manhattan and Riley County citizens — teachers, retirees, professionals, retired military members and business owners — who want reasonable
To the Editor: Manhattan continues to experience growth and needs city commissioners who understand the necessity of responding to growth.
To the Editor: I have known Bob Strawn for a number of years and found him to be a man of integrity, one who has the experience to serve as our city commissioner again.
To the Editor: I am a third-year college student at Kansas State Univer-sity and voter in Manhattan. Kansas State University makes up a large part of the Manhattan community.
To the Editor: Debbie Nuss is well-informed regarding the many issues that Manhattan citizens are faced with today. She understands the importance of cooperation between the city, Kansas State University and Fort Riley in developing a community that is beneficial to all of us.
To the Editor: Please join me in voting for Marcia Rozell for the USD 383 Board of Education.
To the Editor: Difficult decisions require someone with a breadth of experience in ethical choices. Balancing opposing views for the most good of the many applies good ethics.
To the Editor: Let’s bring balance to our City Commission by voting for three very capable women who care for the community and the folks who live here.
To the Editor: While I subscribe to conservative political principles, I commend all candidates whose motive for serving is a commitment to their convictions. This election may be nonpartisan, but make no mistake, it is about political ideology, with three philosophies on display: liberalism, moderation
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