does anyone want to run for mayor
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Rectorguy

Branson, MO

#22 Jul 31, 2008
johnson wrote:
i would rather run at the mayor while driving a large truck
Classy
red

Church Point, LA

#23 Aug 2, 2008
Dennis Banks is talking about running for mayor...He may win because everyone is sick of the one they have now,,glad i live in the country!...green county!!!even better!!!!
Let Me See

Malden, MO

#24 Aug 2, 2008
Linda Golightly could possibly get some votes. Most of their names would be John though. I hear she has had a lot of John's in her life. Some people seem to do that when they spend most of their life lying on their back, or with their butt up in the air!
Jane

Wentzville, MO

#25 Aug 4, 2008
Go Banks!!!
second that

Malden, MO

#26 Aug 4, 2008
I would vote for Tracey Horton.
rectorman

Marthasville, MO

#27 Aug 8, 2008
Dennis Banks!!!
proudto be here

Hinesville, GA

#28 Aug 12, 2008
Age speaks volumes. 30 years ago you didn't have to get off they highway to see how Rector needed change. Our town has prospered under Mayor Kemp and if you're not old enough to notice that, I'm sorry. Our streets have been repaved, businesses have held their own in a bad economy, he's worked countless hours trying to bring business back to town. City employees fought to rebuild the Wise Co. building to bring that industry back from Kennett, Mo after the burnout. All he has wanted for Rector is what he thought was best. Please don't make judgemtn calls until you talk to someone older than you are. The history is there. Thanks, Mayor!
Consider This

Nixa, MO

#29 Sep 1, 2008
What about Ward Robinson?
bustedstrutarkan sas

United States

#30 Sep 1, 2008
Consider This wrote:
What about Ward Robinson?
He doesnt live in town.
bustedstrutarkan sas

United States

#31 Sep 1, 2008
proudto be here wrote:
Age speaks volumes. 30 years ago you didn't have to get off they highway to see how Rector needed change. Our town has prospered under Mayor Kemp and if you're not old enough to notice that, I'm sorry. Our streets have been repaved, businesses have held their own in a bad economy, he's worked countless hours trying to bring business back to town. City employees fought to rebuild the Wise Co. building to bring that industry back from Kennett, Mo after the burnout. All he has wanted for Rector is what he thought was best. Please don't make judgemtn calls until you talk to someone older than you are. The history is there. Thanks, Mayor!
First off the Wise company in Kennett was temporary. They never intented to stay there. If he had wanted to fight so hard for industry, he would have gotten a company that paid good money to fill the CITY owned building. Thats right the city owns the WISE company building. The factory was rebuilt with insurance money plus some city funds. Those workers could have come back to an employer that paid more than minumum wage and the city could have set up a contract with wise to pay better if they wanted to be located in Rector, u bet u go mayor Kemp keep the common folk down. Its all public record, printed in the papers of past, this is the truth. The city had rebuilt prime industrial property and could have worked very hard to fill that space with higher paying jobs. We lost more than we gained!
Consider This

Nixa, MO

#32 Sep 1, 2008
Where does Markie Watson live?
Rectorguy

Branson, MO

#33 Sep 1, 2008
bustedstrutarkansas wrote:
<quoted text>First off the Wise company in Kennett was temporary. They never intented to stay there. If he had wanted to fight so hard for industry, he would have gotten a company that paid good money to fill the CITY owned building. Thats right the city owns the WISE company building. The factory was rebuilt with insurance money plus some city funds. Those workers could have come back to an employer that paid more than minumum wage and the city could have set up a contract with wise to pay better if they wanted to be located in Rector, u bet u go mayor Kemp keep the common folk down. Its all public record, printed in the papers of past, this is the truth. The city had rebuilt prime industrial property and could have worked very hard to fill that space with higher paying jobs. We lost more than we gained!
Yes. That's right. Mayor Kemp wanted to "keep the common folk" down. He's probably the most liberal person in the community of Rector.

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