I am excited and grateful for the opportunity to write this letter of support for the QPS tax referendum.
I am writing to ask voters to review the facts for the proposed March 17 referendum.
The city of Quincy is in transformative mood.
We are in the midst of an exciting, if not tumultuous political time. On March 17, people within the Eighth Judicial Circuit will select a judge.
THE ONE fact that stands out more to us than any other when considering the Quincy Public Schools referendum on the March 17 primary ballot is where the district's education fund tax rate stands compared with other similar-sized districts in the state.
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