TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! JACKSON COUNTY QUESTION 1 SUPPORTERS NOTE MORE ENDORSEMENTS!!!
The Question 1 Translational Sales Tax advocates are attempting to bounce back from a tough week . . .
Here's their latest commercial that's pretty much bombarding local newscasts:
Deets . . .
"Young Millie McWilliams and her family have benefited from research at Children's Mercy. On November 5, vote Yes on Question 1 to help ensure more funding goes to further research for more treatments and cures."
Now . . . Check the presser . . .
Question 1 Continues to Gain Support as Election Day Nears
Creation of an Institute for Translational Research and Medicine continues to gain strong support from local business, civic and health care organizations across Jackson County.
Jackson County Question 1 on the upcoming Nov. 5 ballot has now been endorsed by: Carpenters District Council; Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics; the Civic Council of Greater Kansas City; the Committee for County Progress; the Downtown Council (KCMO); The Epilepsy Foundation of Missouri & Kansas; The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce; International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local #42; the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute; KC Pride Democratic Club; Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences; KMBC TV 9; Laborer's #264; La Raza Political Club; The Latino Civic Engagement Collaborative; The Labor-Management Council of Greater Kansas City; Metropolitan Community Colleges Foundation; Missouri Biotechnology Association; Saint Luke’s Health System; Taxpayers Unlimited; Truman Medical Centers; University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC); UMKC Student Government Association; the Westport Landing Democratic Club; and community advocates Alvin Brooks, Bishop James Tindall, Jim Nunnelly, Lisa Hughes , Jonas Hughes, former Kansas City Councilwoman Cathy Jolly, Reverend John Modest Miles, Jackson County Legislator Theresa Garza Ruiz, and current Kansas City Councilman Scott Taylor.
Developing . . .