To the Editor: If we want to send a bright young leader to the Kansas Legislature, we need to send Aaron Estabrook to represent us in the 67th District.
To the Editor: Let’s get real. A vote for Bob Reader is a vote for Sam Brownback.
To the Editor: I am writing in support of Rep. Sydney Carlin. My reason is concise: Experience, experience experience!
To The Editor: Last week, the House Appropriations Committee chair, Marc Rhoades of New-ton, submitted a letter to the editor on behalf of Lee Modesitt. This didn’t surprise me because Mr. Rhoades is running for House Majority Leader and is mining for votes.
To the Editor: Now that corporations are people and money is speech, the nastiness that used to be limited to federal office races has begun to seep down to the local level. Take the Kansas Senate contest between Re-publican Bob Reader and Democrat Tom Hawk.
To the Editor: Manhattan cares about education, so it’s no wonder voters have repeatedly shown their appreciation for Sydney Car-lin’s work as a representative.
To the Editor: I no longer live in Riley County but felt compelled to chime in anyway. I typically vote Republican, but Rod Harms would get my vote because he will without a doubt make the county run more efficiently, which will result in a
To the Editor: We are proud to be supporting Lee Modesitt and Tom Phillips for the Kansas House. Both Lee and Tom are smart, energetic and independent thinkers.
To the Editor: On behalf of the Riley County Farm Bureau Board of Directors, we are writing in support of the proposed renewal of the half-cent sales tax for purposes of public safety and other reasons.
To the Editor: We encourage you to vote for Rod Harms for the position of Riley County commissioner, District 3.
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