TKC DEMOCRACY REMINDER: JULY 6TH IS THE ELECTION PRIMARY DEADLINE!!!!
Quick word about voting in Kansas City . . .
Not anything controversial but something we wanted to make sure was included in the feed . . . Responsible avid late night readers might want to share this one with their friends in order to bolster our Kansas City low-turnout Democracy that's fading faster than most of us want to believe . . . A reminder because the Primary sets the stage for November and a lot of important Kansas City contests.
Checkit . . .
Register to vote by July 6
Wednesday is the last day to register if you want to vote in the Aug. 2 primary.
In order to vote, you must be registered at your current home address.
You can register if you are 17 and a half years old, but you must be 18 years old to vote.
When you register, bring a proof of identification document (must be current): driver’s license, birth certificate, Missouri ID, Native American tribal document or proof of U.S. citizenship.
You can register at the main office of the Jackson County Election Board . . . You also can register at any Mid-Continent Public Library branch or Kansas City Public Library branch, the city hall in your community, or at several other government offices . . .
Check more deets on the JCEB site.
More later . . .