To the Editor: Sam Brownback wants to amend the Kansas Constitution to eliminate merit selection of Supreme Court justices and allow him the power to appoint them. If this direction for Kansas disturbs you, support Tom Hawk, a moderate, practical voice for Kansas and the 22
To the Editor: Manhattan and Riley County are fortunate in this election year to have Rod Harms as a candidate for Riley County Commission. You may be familiar with Rod as a business owner, entrepreneur or community developer, as many recent letters to the editor
To the Editor: During her ears in the Kansas House of Representatives, Sydney Carlin has worked with her colleagues to promote the interests of all Kansans. Legislators with differing viewpoints took the most workable of their ideas to pass legislation that would best meet the
To the Editor: With the recent redistricting, we in the 22nd Senate District have an opportunity to vote for an outstanding senator, Tom Hawk. He has many years of exemplary service in public education and six years of prior experience as a representative.
To the Editor: Integrity seems to be in short supply n today’s political climate. When you find it, hold on to it. Voters knew they had a person of integrity in Sydney Carlin when they elected her to the Kansas House of Representatives for
To the Editor: I urge residents of the Kansas Senate’s 22nd District to vote for Tom Hawk.
To the Editor: I am supporting State Rep. Tom Phillips for re-election. I have served with and known Tom for several years and know him to be thoughtful, studious and caring. He has a proven record of superior service to our community.
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.
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