An election in Kansas City, Kansas offers all of us a glimpse at how much things have REALLY changed amid the pandemic, massive protests and riots.
The incumbent is certainly a proponent of the status quo and actually did the world a favor by replacing an activist leader who didn't know how city government work.
The challenger isn't a radical by any means but he is aligned with more progressive leaders.
Here's the setup . . .
"Mayor David Alvey seeks a second term and says he has guided the Unified Government responsibly during the pandemic. Challenger Tyrone Garner says the community demands tax relief, help for neglected neighborhoods and more engaged leadership."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
The race for mayor of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, is a study in contrasts. It pits incumbent David Alvey, who says Wyandotte County is on a roll, against challenger Tyrone Garner, who says the county has been on a "merry-go-round to nowhere, with nothing getting done for the people."