To the editor, With the mid-term election upon us, it seems prudent to consider what has happened in the past two years. In particular: How have these two years treated our personal finances and how does the future look if we stay the course or is a change needed.
To the editor, I write to share my thoughts on why Amy Loudenbeck deserves our vote Nov. 6. First, I have found both Loudenbeck and her staff to be responsive whenever I have reached out with a question or a concern. She has a very professionally run office that responds to her constituents in a timely fashion.
To the editor, There is good news for those residing in the 31st and 32nd Assembly districts. When elected, Brittany Keyes and Katherine Gaulke will end the practice of putting party and politics before people.
To the editor, Growing up in a solidly Democratic home, I often heard that Democrats and unions were for the “little guy.” When I was old enough to work at the various union jobs I started to question that. The unions cared little about the actual “little guy” as much as getting dues-paying members to support the union’s liberal agenda.