CELEBRATE KANSAS CITY DEMOCRACY WITH POLITICAL HOTTIE BETH LOW!!!
She's a former State Rep. currently active in a number of campaigns and local Democratic Party causes . . . And she just happens to be the most fashionable political lady in Midtown Kansas City.
ONCE AGAIN KANSAS CITY CELEBRATES BETH LOW HOTNESS ON ELECTION DAY!!!
She's wearing some interesting gear in this photo but the "I voted" sticker positioned near hear ample cleavage might just be MUST-HAVE fashion accessory of the day.
EVEN BETTER . . . CHECK OUT THIS CAMPAIGN TRAIL REPORT ON BETH LOW TOES!!!
Captivating testimony regarding the life of a Kansas City political activist . . .
"No good deed goes unpunished. In the early daylight I simultaneously became WORST NEIGHBOR ON THE BLOCK and sustained an injury, albeit a very minor one. I take this as proof that I ought to sleep until my body is satisfied and that we should have 2 full days of weekend voting instead of 13 hours on Tuesdays. I believe this because I was up at an ungodly hour on behalf of the democratic process.*
"It turns out that there IS a limit to how many things I can carry out the door at one time, especially when in flip flops and carrying hot tea. Though I narrowly avoided a scalding or broken legs by dropping everything except my laptop and tea, doing required a death grip which somehow pressed my car toggle panic button. Because I, the laptop and the tea were precariously balanced a quick response was impossible. As a result, my neighbors will probably mutter angrily whenever they see me for the next few days.
"Please make it all mean something folks. Please vote today. While you're there, please vote NO on amendment 1. If you're in my neck of the woods, please also vote for Crystal Williams for Jackson County Legislature and for me for Democratic Committeewoman. Thank you!
*also because CLUMSY. I long for swan like but more closely resemble what imagine to have been the Dodo's. I remain hopeful that I will molt and become a swan, but would settle for not going extinct."
That's it, I got nothing on this . . . We noted the campaign trail testimony and advocacy on this with "Good God" and then tried (unsuccessfully) to regain composure . . .
Developing . . .