To the Editor: Sydney Carlin is a dedicated public servant and has served Manhattan for more than 20 years. She knows her constituents and their concerns. She is visible at community events and takes time to listen to concerns.
To the Editor: Tom Hawk’s intimate understanding of Kansas education —pre-K through post-graduate — is one good reason to support his election to the Kansas Senate. No member of the Legislature will be more familiar with the challenges facing classroom teachers, school administrators and writers
To the Editor: I have become increasingly discouraged by the current political campaigning for offices other than the county offices. The outside money coming into these campaigns has really changed the tone of the elections that I have been accustomed to see since we arrived
To the Editor: I can’t in good conscience, as a pro-life Catholic, vote for Sydney Carlin, given her record to protect abortion clinics from sensible health inspection regulations, better record keeping and notification of guardians in cases of minors.
To the Editor: Rod Harms will be an exceptional Riley County Commis-sioner. I have known Rod since 1998. When he identifies a problem, he gathers people to help him address the issue whether it is flooding on Wildcat Creek, providing rain barrels or a project
To the Editor: As the past president of Hoisington Main Street Inc., I had the pleasure of serving with Rod Harms in his capacity as Hoisington Main Street Inc. treasurer.
To the Editor: As treasurer for Robert Boyd for County Commission, I urge you to vote for Bob. Bob’s background is impressive.
To the Editor: We have known Rod Harms for years and have experienced his concern for the county’s environment and people: he showed up unasked at our house after a major storm with his chainsaw; the salvaged wood ended up as furniture and
To the Editor: If you think economic development for Kansas is important and high unemployment is bad, you should know that Sydney Carlin has one of the lowest National Federation of Inde-pendent Business ratings in the Kansas House. It’s 33 percent. Lee Modesitt is endorsed
To the Editor: I have known many home-schooling families over the years. I have noticed that parents home-schooled for a variety of reasons and in a variety of ways.
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