Letters to the Editor
A front-page article on March 31 promoted legalizing the sale of raw milk and included only a few paragraphs about the health risks.
Barbara Hoppe's balanced approach to issues has improved the health of the community.
Barbara Hoppe has been a valuable asset to the community, and through her encouragement of debate and public discussion will prove a great candidate for the Sixth Ward.
Barbra Hoppe has worked tirelessly and effectively to make Columbia a better place to live and has worked closely with constituents to solve problems in the Sixth Ward.
Barbara Hoppe keeps up on the issues and is interested in doing what is best for Columbia.
Barbara Hoppe has experience and is not afraid to make difficult decisions.
It is rare to meet someone who has the unique combination of intellect, stamina and heart that Barbara does. It would be such a waste to not re-elect Barbara and take advantage of her many qualities and commitment.
The Sixth Ward councilwoman has the qualities and experience to navigate Columbia through tough economic times.
A Health Connection member says losing the senior-centered gym would be a step backward on the road toward a healthier America.
If elected to City Council for the Sixth Ward, Rob Robison would support local law enforcement with more tools and funding to apprehend criminals. He is the only candidate to receive the Columbia Police Officers Association endorsement.
Robison is genuine and reasonable in his approach to leadership.
The Sixth Ward candidate has ideas to expand the business community in Columbia.
Sixth Ward candidate Rod Robison will make better decisions for small business.
Barbara Hoppe knows the system and works in citizens' interests.
The Sixth Ward candidate is dependable and always willing to help others.
Robison's presence on the council will benefit the entire city.
The Sixth Ward candidate educates herself about city issues before taking a stance.
Barbara Hoppe should be re-elected to the City Council.
Their dedication in providing specific guidance, tailored for my arthritis, is the very essence of the university's "Make a Difference" program — they made a real difference in my life.
Columbia residents outside of the Sixth Ward are counting on Hoppe being re-elected.