“Elaine Bohlmeyer, Pres Winslow and Bill Shumway appeared to be sensible candidates,” said the editorial, a refreshing contrast to some of the negative political attacks. They spoke of their ideas to the Citizens Awareness Committee open meeting on Sept. 9. The Roundup report and editorial appeared in the Sept. 12 edition. I was present and agree both were accurately reported.
I urge the citizens of Payson to support them in the general election. As Bohlmeyer said, “I have some fresh ideas for finding funding” for education. Education, the welfare of veterans and building a stronger economy are the main emphases she will bring to the state Senate in, what I think, will be a nice way.