To the Editor: After reading the political letters for the 3rd District Riley County Commission race, I have started to notice a trend. A large amount of letters written by Mr. Harms’ supporters are either from out of the county and even out of state,
To the Editor: Sydney Carlin and her fellow Democrats left less than $800 in the bank when Gov. Sam Brown-back took over in 2010. From 2002 to 2010, Sydney Carlin, along with tax-and-spend Democrats, de-pleted millions from the required statutory rainy day Fund under Governors Sebelius and Parkinson.
To the Editor: Sydney Carlin is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Manhattan but doesn’t list it on her website with other endorsements. Why? Her opponent is proud to be listed on the Kansans for Life website.
To the Editor: Let’s elect Ron Wells for the Riley County Commission. He has the knowledge and common sense to see the future for us in the county.
To the Editor: I strongly support Sydney Carlin for state representative. She has been a positive leader and is the best informed and most qualified of the candidates running for this position. This has become apparent to those of us who attended discussions where candidates
To the Editor: Open Letter to Joseph Goodman and all others who have found it necessary to take their talents to South Beach… from an occupant with the great mass of people who live in the middle of Nowhere, Kan., and mid-America.
To the Editor: I support Bob Reader for State Senate. Bob makes decisions based on his core convictions. I came to know Bob on July 4, 2003, when he and his family attended the opening of an international Christian radio station, 105.5 FM. His family also sang in
To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to invite readers to consider casting their vote for Rod Harms as their next Riley County commissioner.
To the Editor: Recently, citizens here in this district have attempted to cast doubt on Bob Reader’s ability to legislate for public schools. Frankly, I am growing weary of those who say that because his children are home-schooled, he could not understand public education.
To the Editor: A useful way to figure out what sort of state senator a candidate will be is to “follow the money” — look at his supporters. Tom Hawk is supported by Kansas Families for Education and Traditional Republicans for Common Sense. His opponent is
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