To the editor:

As the time to vote draws closer, each voter needs to know something about the candidates running for the various government positions. The word “vote,” in Webster’s, is a formal expression of opinion or will in response to proposed decision. Therefore we need to spend a little time evaluating and knowing just what the candidates are promising to do or continue doing.

To the editor:
As the time to vote draws closer, each voter needs to know something about the candidates running for the various government positions. The word “vote,” in Webster’s, is a formal expression of opinion or will in response to proposed decision. Therefore we need to spend a little time evaluating and knowing just what the candidates are promising to do or continue doing.
One person that I strongly support is Sheila Solon for another term as state representative. The person running against Sheila has good qualities. However, Sheila’s quality rating is outstanding, and she has demonstrated her will to work hard for Missourians and the Missouri economy. She believes in building a strong academia, opposing open enrollment that could drop the schools’ credit rating, and helping in job growth.
Sheila understands that jobs are not created by the government, even though some say they are. Jobs are created by demand for product or services. When jobs are created by the government for services, that is just a requirement of more taxpayers’ money for providing such a service. Sheila is a pro-jobs leader and is receiving endorsements from Missouri job creators such as Missouri Club for Growth, KC BizPAC and National Federation of Independent Business. These endorsements are the results of her first term as state representative.
As a senior citizen, a veteran and a teacher, I strongly support Sheila and suggest each of you place her on your upcoming voting list.