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October 31, 2012

Political alliances can be risky; Vote yes; Why we are voting “YES”; Voting for Bill Weber; Exactly what we need
Political alliances can be risky

Dear Editor:

As the election draws closer I find myself growing more and more concerned with the Slayton City Council candidates. As you can tell by the yard signs and the big sign across from the grocery store it looks as though we have a group running for Council together.

Political alliances can be risky

Dear Editor:

As the election draws closer I find myself growing more and more concerned with the Slayton City Council candidates. As you can tell by the yard signs and the big sign across from the grocery store it looks as though we have a group running for Council together.

Why we are voting “YES”

The Marriage Amendment voters will consider on November 6th preserves the historic and traditional definition of marriage as “the union of one man and one woman”. Virtually every society in every nation, from ancient civilizations to current times has accepted this definition. Passage of the amendment ensures that the people of Minnesota themselves and not activist judges or politicians decide how our state will define marriage in the future.

Voting for Bill Weber

To the Editor,

I am voting for Bill Weber, he is a leader in his community and in everything he does is honest and straight with you.

I am vo Exactly what we need

I am voTo the editor:

I am vo When I heard the news that Al Oberloh was running for the State Senate, my first thought was, he’s exactly what we need — a tough-minded, independent problem-solver who will shake up a state legislature that hasn't gotten much done.


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