TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY NORTHLAND DISTRICT 1 CHALLENGE STARTS WITH HEATHER HALL CAMPAIGN BID BACKED BY FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE!!!
We're already in the midst of Kansas City council campaign season and it's starting to get interesting . . .
NORTHLAND DISTRICT 1 COUNCIL DUDE DICK DAVIS IS NOT VERY WELL LIKED AND HE'S GETTING AN EARLY CHALLENGER IN HEATHER HALL!!!
Now, this is REALLY Interesting because she's backed by political members of the po-po and preempting our least favorite fire dude getting into the race.
In terms of politics . . .
POLICE POLITICOS WIN AN EARLY BATTLE AGAINST KCFD OLD SCHOOL LEGACY OPERATIVES WITH THIS CAMPAIGN ANNOUNCEMENT CLAIMING THE NORTHLAND AS COPLAND RATHER THAN FIRE TOWN!!!
If you can translate that last line . . . Then we congratulate your knowledge of KCMO politics and you probably don't work at The Star.
Here's the lady's website . . .
Heather Hall for City Council Kansas City District 1
And now the presser:
City Council Candidate Heather Hall Announces Campaign and Welcomes FOP Endorsement
KANSAS CITY, MO | Today longtime Kansas City resident Heather Hall announced her candidacy to run for Kansas City, MO, City Council District 1.
The Kansas City Fraternal Order of Police endorsed Heather Hall in a recent Lodge meeting. “We support Heather Hall because she truly understands the steps that need to be taken to improve public safety by supporting those who protect our community. She is the leader we need to move the City forward in reducing crime, and protecting our children, by finding new and innovative ways to ensure that our community is safe,” said Brad Lemon, President-Elect of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 99.
“It’s a great honor to receive the support of the Kansas City Fraternal Order of Police. My husband, Eben, has served on the police force for more than 20 years. I will be unwavering in my support of public safety funding. The men and women of law enforcement risk their lives to keep our communities safe - we need a City Council that gives them the tools they need to safely do their jobs,” said Hall.
Hall has been a Kansas City resident for 20 years. Hall has more than 25 years of experience in project management and marketing and currently works with Clay County Tourism and Economic Development to attract quality jobs and positive growth in the Northland.
“It’s time for Kansas City to go from good to great. To get there, we need to have citizens on our Council willing to say no to out of control spending, increase funding for law enforcement and promote accountability within our City,” stated Hall, when asked why she decided to run.
In recent years, the Northland has seen the largest population growth in the Kansas City region. With its growth in size, Kansas City must develop basic infrastructure and promote safe communities.
“In the months to come, taxpayers in the 1st District can expect to see me knocking on their doors, asking for their vote and their support. I look forward to meeting voters and addressing their concerns in City Hall,” said Hall.