“After all the drama, all the accusations and mudslinging, election evening in Kansas was — dare I say it? — a bit of an anticlimax,” Clay Wirestone writes in this Kansas Reflector column.
“Vote ‘yes’ to retain all of our judges so there are no judge vacancies for Schmidt to fill if he wins the governor’s race,” Amii Castle writes in this letter to the Times.
”Before I voted last week against Skeksis-like Kansas GOP powermongers, first I switched my party affiliation again: to Independent, where I belong,” A. Reed writes in this letter to the Times.
”Whatever our country is, and whatever it becomes, it will need as many people of goodwill as possible,” Clay Wirestone writes in this Kansas Reflector column.
”I asked how often (U.S. Rep. Tracey) Mann’s offices heard from individuals about climate change. The answer: rarely,” Bailey Mareu writes in this letter to the Times.
”With (the constitutional amendment) on the ballot on Nov. 8, the Legislature wishes to be the final decider, checker, balancer,” Jack Klinknett writes in this letter to the Times.
“Why would Schmidt oppose helping millions of Americans be just a little better off? Because Schmidt favors big business over hardworking, middle-class folks,” Amii Castle writes in this letter to the Times.
”This is no ordinary election in which we vote based on our judgment about the policies of the different candidates. This election is about the long-term survival of our democracy,” Thomas Weiss writes in this letter to the Times.
“Lawrence, a vivid blue dot in the sea of red that is Kansas, could soon be represented in the U.S. House of Representatives by a Republican who opposes abortion rights and voted to overturn the 2020 presidential election,” Clay Wirestone writes in this column for Kansas Reflector.
“Does your local, state, and national government represent you? In the Nov. 8 election, you can tell officials ‘good job’ and vote to reelect them or elect someone else you feel would do a better job of making our representative democracy serve the people,” Carol Williamson writes in this letter to the Times.
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