Friday, February 14, 2020


Almost daily we hear complaints about the Courthouse officials, now it's time to see if any BRAVE LOCALS CAN DO BETTER . . . Running against the Legislature should be an easy task given their tax hike complicity.

Meanwhile, launching a campaign against political power players in the Sheriff's & Prosecutor's office will take community support.

Here's more info for those who dare . . .

Filing Procedures on February 25, 2020 for the August 4, 2020 Primary Election -- Jackson County, Missouri

Persons wishing to file a declaration of candidacy for the offices of Prosecuting Attorney, Sheriff or County Committeeman/Committeewoman on opening day of filing, Tuesday, February 25, 2020, may do so at the Jackson County Courthouse, 415 E. 12th Street, Kansas City, Missouri.

All filers must use the west entrance located on Oak Street, which will open at 7:00 a.m. Anyone wishing to file for office will be asked to form a single-file line inside the building prior to proceeding through the security checkpoint. An associate from the County Clerk’s Office will distribute numbers to those in line. Filers will then proceed to the second floor and form a line in numerical order outside the glass doors marked LEGISLATIVE OFFICES.

The County Clerk’s Office will open at 8:00 a.m. to accept declarations. Representatives from each political party will be present to accept filing fees. To expedite this process, each filer should have their current voter I.D. card needed to complete the declaration form. Filers for Prosecuting Attorney and Sheriff should additionally have the Department of Revenue (DOR) Form 5120, Candidate’s Affidavit of Tax Payments (not required for County Committee candidates). Each filer will approach the counter when their number is called, provide their filing fee receipt and complete all required paperwork.

If you have any questions regarding this procedure, kindly contact Mary Jo Spino, Clerk of the County Legislature at


Develoing . . .


Anonymous said...

Beth for the County!

Anonymous said...

Can the voters in Jackass County send a message that they have finally had enough of sleazy self-serving elected officials? Vote Forte out as Sheriff! The guy should have never been put back on the public payroll after the crap he pulled as KC police chief, charging a half-million dollars in so-called "overtime."

Anonymous said...

@ 8:38 a.m. I've heard people giving Forte credit for gaming the system and making all he could. Me, I kind of expect more out of public servants, for them to do the best and most they can to serve the public, not to get by with however much they can to serve themselves.

Anonymous said...

Hey you JACKSON COUNTY IDIOTS. Vote white if you want shit to change.