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Voters in the primaries Tuesday night selected four candidates to run for two at-large seats on the Independence City council, leaving Wendy Terry off the ballot for the general election.
[Wendy] Terry narrowly missed the ballot, receiving 2,182 votes (10.84 percent), only 489 votes shy of grabbing the last available spot.
Terry said she has only begun building a growing coalition of freedom fighters in Independence.
“I hope that those who voted for me will vote for Lucy Young and Wayne Baker in April,“ Terry said. “Breaking the voting block is the first step in taking back our government from those who would use our own tax money to our detriment.”
I hope that all of you will join me in thanking Wendy for her efforts, and encourage her to run for office again in the future.
David White( Feb 08 2006, 10:20:17 PM CST ) Permalink
On December 21st, Mike Ferguson officially launched his new website, Mike Ferguson Online. The first issue is a preview of the upcoming Missouri State legislative session with State Representative Brian Baker (R, 123rd District, Belton). Mike is planning a similar interview with a Missouri House Democrat for the next issue. Future articles will include commentary from Mike, interviews with Missouri Libertarians about their legislative goals, and continuing news about and interviews with the people who are effecting Missouri politics and governance, whatever political party they belong to.
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David( Dec 24 2005, 09:01:29 PM CST ) Permalink
I had so much fun styling Wendy Terry‘s weblog that I wanted a blog of my own so I could experiment with some other designs. Besides, Wendy was probably getting tired of me playing around with hers.
This first design is frankly a knock-off: the HTML is almost identical to Wendy‘s blog. But I used a different banner image and background image, and changed some colors and fonts in the CSS file. I‘ll be trying some other designs later.
I‘ve been a very occasional commenter on other blogs, but have never had one of my own before. It‘s always been more fun for me to help others package their content than to generate content myself. But here I can do both.
Feel free to post your comments here, and even to change the subject! Let me know if you have any design ideas for this blog that you want me to try out here.
David( Nov 21 2005, 10:12:10 PM CST ) Permalink
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