Letters to the Editor - Roseville Review

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘She listens’

As a long-time resident of Roseville, I can attest that Tammy McGehee has been a very strong supporter of our City for many years.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Honored his 2010 campaign pledge’

I’m a life-long DFL’er, having attended every DFL precinct caucus since 1968.  I’ve worked in civil rights since the 1960’s and actively campaigned for DFL candidates as an unpaid and paid staff member.   I believe my progressive political credentials are intact.

Fri
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Troubling trend’

I am deeply concerned for the future of our ability to select our elected leaders in this country, state and city.  The flood of negative TV ads is offensive to our intelligence and often dishonest in intent and fact.

Wed
22
Oct

Letter: Roseville council member endorses Willmus

As a current City Council member, I have had the pleasure of serving with Bob Willmus for nearly two years and I whole-heartedly support his reelection to the Roseville City Council.

Wed
22
Oct

Letter: 'Second to none'

I  urge fellow residents to vote for Tammy McGehee for City Council.   I can attest that her voice on the Council has been representative of the community.

Wed
22
Oct

Letter: 'Roseville needs her'

In her first term, Tammy McGehee has proved herself to be a very capable Roseville City Councilperson.

Wed
22
Oct

Letter: 'Does her homework'

I urge Roseville voters to re-elect Tammy McGehee to Roseville City Council.

Wed
22
Oct

Letter: Roseville council member endorses incumbent

I am writing to encourage voters to support Bob Willmus for re-election to the Roseville City Council.

Wed
15
Oct

Letter: Supports incumbent Roseville council member

Having watched Bob Willmus during his current term, and after working with him on various civic activities over the past couple of years, I am convinced that Bob Willmus should be re-elected to the Roseville City Council.

Wed
15
Oct

Letter: Supports incumbent state representative

We attended a meeting hosted by state representative Jason Isaacson at the Roseville Library and came away very impressed with his knowledge and passion for the important work being done at the state Capitol.

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