To the Editor: In years of seeing Sydney Carlin serve in office, I have ap-preciated her work ethic, sense of reason, commitment, effectiveness and compassion. She well deserves another term.
To the Editor: Prior to agreeing to become the treasurer for the Lee Modesitt campaign, I first sat down to talk with Lee Modesitt. I found the K-State graduate had the values we expect from a person raised in Kansas. After our discussion, I was
To the Editor: Because of Sam Brownback’s tax plan, the public schools are in jeopardy of deeper cuts in their funding. Tom Hawk has 33 years of experience in the Kansas public schools. His opponent has none and home-schools his children.
To the Editor: Since we do not live in Riley County District 3, we will not have the opportunity to cast a vote for Rod Harms as commissioner. However, we do hope the voters in his district take the opportunity to vote and elect Rod. He
To the Editor: Ron Wells is the best candidate for the 3rd District Riley County commissioner. Ron is a lifetime resident in the area. Ron is a good listener and will listen to citizens’ problems and have the knowledge to solve them. Please as you
To the Editor: In the current political atmosphere, we need a knowledgeable, experienced state senator. Our district needs a state senator who is informed about the funding needs for our very important educational institutions. We need a state senator who is attuned to the needs
To the Editor: It’s deeply disappointing to read in the Mercury the news and letters that indicate a “Rove-like” campaign is being waged against some of our local candidates. Apparently, some still believe that if you tell a lie, make it big enough and
To the Editor: Lee Modesitt is a person we need in Topeka. I have known Lee for better than two years and have found him to be an honest, very intelligent, caring person. He will bring to Topeka badly needed fresh ideas on how to
To the Editor: I endorse Sydney Carlin for re-election. She received an A+ last session from the Kansas Organization of State Employ-ees and Kansas AFT. She tried to get all state employees a 1-percent raise but was defeated by conservatives.
To the Editor: There is a common notion that the half-cent Riley County sales tax is something “new” that is being proposed. The truth is, it is not new, but it is a renewal of an existing sales tax. The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce
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