She’s not on the ballot.
As I read Sen. Jeff Flake’s Speech to the U.S. Senate on Oct. 24 announcing his decision not to seek re-election, echoes of the biblical Old Testament prophets’ warning came to mind.
I truly believe that Betty Garza would be the best councilwoman that Sunnyside would have.
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I am writing this letter to encourage Sunnyside voters to elect Betty Garza to City Council to serve District No. 3.
I have known Theresa Hancock for many years and have found her to be honest.
We are encouraging you to write in Theresa Hancock for Sunnyside City Council District No. 1.
We would like to remind everyone that Theresa Hancock has been a proven leader on Sunnyside City Council. She has been a steadfast advocate for the residents of Sunnyside.
Sunnyside’s accomplished advocate is running for another term for City Council District No. 1.
Fear of God has almost disappeared in America.
It has been brought to my attention that my opponent’s campaign signs have been stolen on several occasions.
Our community deserves the best. The best person running for City Council is Theresa Hancock.
I want to express my deep disappointment and disgust of the Sept. 27 story on Tom Paul.
Managing Editor Ted Escobar may be getting the blame for the controversial Tom Paul story, but the writing seemed quite consistent with this newspaper since Roger Harnack became publisher.
I am a regular subscriber and reader of your newspaper. On Sept. 27, you ran a story titled, “Sheriff’s Office: Controversial resident commits suicide in field by Managing Editor Ted Escobar.