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LWV works to educate

Dear Editor,
Since the political controversy has arisen in Great Bend, I have been amazed, if not appalled, by the general voting public’s almost complete lack of knowledge and understanding of governmental processes. The League of Women Voters (LWV) works very hard on our mission of informing and educating people on the issues of governmental procedures.
Everyone needs to do their civic duty by going to the polls and voting. We do not yell at the people we elected when we didn’t know who the candidates were, or where they stood on issues when we voted. We must ...


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