TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! EXPECT JACKSON COUNTY CONFUSION AS DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHAIR STEVE BOUGH PREPARES TO STEP DOWN!!!
A Jackson County shake-up is on the way . . .
Check it . . .
JACKSON COUNTY INSIDERS WARN US THAT WHEN STEVE BOUGH STEPS DOWN (WHICH IS GONNA BE SOON) THERE WILL BE A FEEDING FRENZY FOR HIS JOB AS JACKSON COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHAIR!!!
When Bough was up for the job last time around there was quite a bit of slap-fighting.
Now Bough is probably ready to devote all of his spare time to his new gig on the Jackson County Sports Authority.
The move to quit the Party Chair job is wise given that outsiders might notice the Sports Authority is seemingly completely controlled by Democratic Officials who are looking to take even more power.
Additionally . . .
INSIDERS WARN THAT COUNTY EXEC MIKE SANDERS TAKING ON THE CHIEFS AND ROYALS OVER SPENDING IS A LOSING MOVE!!!
It never pays to fight with billionaires and the price of the current political theater regarding spending could be opposition from EXTREMELY well-funded Kansas City sports team owners.
But I digress . . .
For this morning we're really talking about the future of the Democrats in Jackson County.
By now the folks who have been watching this drama closely understand one thing . . .
FORMER KANSAS CITY COUNCIL DUDE TERRY RILEY COULD REEMERGE TO CLAIM THE PARTY CHAIR SPOT GIVEN THAT LAST TIME AROUND HE CAME EXTREMELY CLOSE TO WINNING THE POSITION!!!
Mr. Riley is one of Kansas City's strongest power players and this job as party chair would compliment his consulting pursuits nicely . . . The struggle will be between Riley and minority representation vs. another ally of Mike Sanders getting ready to take hold of power once again.
There are a couple of more names for the job that we need to check (look for a female candidate that might mix things up) . . . But what's important to realize is that the leadership among Jackson County Democrats could soon be in play and this not only represents an opportunity but also AN IMPENDING FIGHT!!!
DEVELOPING . . .