Wednesday, November 06, 2019

Kansas College Towns Stay Winning Votes

Adjusted census counts are over and now Douglas County could also turn into another Kansas Democratic Party stronghold in the very near future . . . Read more:

Kansas Voters Just Shifted Some Political Clout To College Towns

TOPEKA, Kansas - Kansas will now have a streamlined census that counts people only where they're living after voters decided Tuesday to end the practice of adjusting the numbers before state legislative districts are drawn up. Voters approved a constitutional amendment, about 60% to 40%, according to the state's unofficial count.

1 comment:

Super Dave said...

A lot of elections took place last night but the Paseo issue is getting the top press coverage. But a lot of other races were upsets too that many people didn't see coming. Peggy Dunn rode an easy win again in Leawood and Copeland won a sixth term as Mayor of Olathe. I thought Shawnee would make a change but that didn't happen either as the voters voted to keep the same leader they have been outspoken against. But Michelle Distler didn't have any real competition either so guess that wasn't to shocking.