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Union playing up crime statistics to attack Moore

To The Herald-Whig: The crime rate has been discussed way too much in this election year, and the overall crime rate over the last 15 years shows that it varies with peaks and valleys with not any indication that Quincy is an unsafe city. It has been disc

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Quincy voters should answer these questions

To The Herald-Whig: Questions to ask yourself before you vote: Were you happy with the way the Park Board handled the Antique Auto Museum? If yes, re-elect its members. If no, don't. Did you believe what Ann Scott wrote in Wednesday's paper when she said

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Moore gave Quincy garbage fiasco, council clashes; VanCamp is best choice

To The Herald-Whig: I had intended to stay out of the mayor's race this year, but friends kept urging me to get involved. I researched some of the City Council votes and statements by the mayor. I remember the vote of last year's city budget; it was 8-6.

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Moore appears to hide things to look good

To The Herald-Whig: As the city of Quincy elections heat up, I took it upon myself to go back and look at The Herald-Whig and other media outlets reporting on city of Quincy issues. I found many articles interesting and many that have the potential to imp

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Moore deserves another chance as Quincy mayor

To The Herald-Whig: Even though I live in Adams County and not within the city limits of Quincy, I feel I need to get this out, as my business and staff members live in Quincy, and I do business in many of Quincy's fine establishments. Recently there was

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Quincy police budget bigger but not better than in the past

To The Herald-Whig: Mayor Kyle Moore has been campaigning on the fact that the police budget is better than ever. While the total budget is larger, it is not better. Moore continually talks about the cost of the police pension. The pension is not a sepa

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Flower planters in Quincy an eyesore

To The Herald-Whig: Somebody has to say it. It is my opinion that a lot of money was spent to beautify Quincy's uptown area. New lighting etc., looks wonderful. However, the painting on those planters is an eyesore! Please put them back to their natural l

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Lowering drinking age in Illinois a bad idea

To The Herald-Whig: House Bill 0494, what a bad idea! Eighteen-year-olds can drink and drive. Example: A minor goes out for supper and some drinks with Mom and Dad. Then when they get back home, the child says that he or she is going to a friend's house.

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Moore has excellent record as Quincy mayor

To The Herald-Whig: I have carefully followed the campaign for mayor in the city of Quincy, reading campaign literature and attending a debate. With Mayor Kyle Moore, what you see is what you get. He is open, honest and thoroughly in tune with the needs a

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Moore did not preside over hydro payoff plan

To The Herald-Whig: As a former city of Quincy comptroller, I am compelled to comment on several issues and false statements being made in the race for mayor of the city of Quincy. Kyle Moore did not lead the city in paying off the debt from the hydroele