To the Editor: One of the most enjoyable aspects of serving as Kansas House of Representatives ma-jority leader is the ability to meet hundreds of legislative candidates throughout the sate. In Manhattan, you are particularly fortunate to have two candidates who truly stand out.
To the Editor: Rod Harms has the temperament, patience and intelligence to work well with other Riley County commissioners. His knowledge and experience will help resolve the expensive Wildcat Creek flooding problem for Manhattan and give us “an even better future!”
To the Editor: Some of my fondest memories growing up in Davenport were when I got to visit the Davenport Public Library. It was downtown and quite a ways from my house, so it was a special trip. As an avid reader, I exhausted the
To the Editor: I have been anxiously waiting for six years to see if Rod Harms would run for public office. My wait is over, he finally did. I graduated from KSU in 2006 and worked for the Civitas Group for the last three years of
To the Editor: Please vote for Lee Modesitt, our Republican candidate for House of Representatives in the 66th District.
To the Editor: Sydney Carlin has been a strong supporter of her constituents in the Kansas Legis-lature.
To the Editor: Dear Fellow Moderate Re-publicans… As long as we can remember, there has usually been a moderate Republican we could support for state Senate. Because that is no longer the case, we urge you to consider joining us in crossing party lines and
To the Editor: Rod Harms should be your choice for the position of Riley County commissioner, District 3. He is a consummate professional, an environmental planner by training and years of practice. As Riley County grows, new residents brought in by Fort Riley, K-State,
To the Editor: Political philosophy must sometimes trump friendship. Voters have surely concluded that excessive spending and resultant debt must be curtailed. Boyd, Wells, Reader, Modesitt and Phillips are committed to responsible taxation, efficiency in government and thoughtful spending.
To the Editor: Kansas teachers should be informed about the effect of their votes on Nov. 6. If Bob Reader is elected to the state Senate, he will continue the governor’s plan to dismantle our strong public education system by forcing the cost of education
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