Olathe School Board Anti-Mask Election CRISIS!!!

Actually, it's not a crisis.

Normally, nobody would care . . .

However, since Anderson Cooper & Tucker Carlson told you it was important . . . It's now citywide news whilst other, better stories are ignored. 

Here's the sitch:

The candidate currently trailing is a part of the crop of people finding a lot of success in local school board races who have defined themselves by being critical of masking policies in schools, as well as other COVID-19 mitigation strategies.

Jennifer Gilmore, currently down 24 votes on her opponent, has spoken frequently meetings of the Olathe Board of Education. Most recently she reflected on attending her daughter's band concert.

"But sitting in the audience watching children play musical instruments masked really made me wonder if this board is really interested in building back a stronger community," Gilmore said during the public comment period of the October 7 meeting.

Gilmore claimed victory Tuesday night but final results are not yet confirmed. The number of votes separating her from defeat is less than 1/6th of 1% of the total votes cast.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .

Olathe School Board seat too close to call, separated by less than 30 votes

OLATHE, Kan. - One race in Johnson County is separated by a margin of just 24 votes. The final ballots, including mail-in and provisional ballots, still need to be counted in the Olathe Board of Education race for the Member 3 seat. Election results will be certified next week.