Letters: Don’t redirect funding needed for special education to private schools
Susie Orr writes, "Taking funding for special education students from public schools and giving it to parents to use as they will, in private schools with an education saving account, is not a good idea. I speak from experience."
Letters: Radical Republican agenda will cost Montana jobs, environment, equality
Sue Orr writes, "The extreme Republican agenda will cost Montana taxpayers billions to defend in court for many years while destroying our public lands, clean air and water and ruining peoples' lives."
Letters: Montana needs more than one party to ensure checks and balance
Sue Orr writes, "People say they don’t know Mike Cooney, well, you know what his opponent is about. I tell people while out canvassing that our Republican majority legislature needs a check on the bills they try to pass."
Letters: Mike Black will defend privacy, woman’s right to chose on Supreme Court
Susie Orr writes, "I'm here to tell you that a vote for Mike Black is a vote for preserving our constitutional right to privacy related issues of choice for woman's health and preserving access to public lands."
Letters: Monica Tranel the right choice for the Public Service Commission
Sue Orr writes, "I had the unique opportunity this summer to accompany District 4 Public Service Commission candidate Monica Tranel as she biked 550 miles through the seven counties she hopes to represent. Monica is persistent and never to be underestimated, and she is kind."
Letter to the editor: Vote for Nick Shontz, Missoula City Council Ward 6
When my ballot for Missoula City Council Ward 6 came in the mail, I was happy to put the X next to Nick Shontz. I started out this council election cycle being very skeptical. I attended both candidate forums and through listening to their answers to questions, talking to them personally and tuning into a local radio show to hear their answers to listener questions, I thoughtfully decided who I'm voting for.
Community Voices: Vote for Lee Bridges in House District 92
Lee Bridges is one of the most genuine people I have ever met. She is honest and straightforward. She tells it like it is, and most important, she listens to people. Her work ethic and community involvement, living in East Missoula for over 35 years, proves she would be an outstanding representative.