One of the most prolific activists in Kansas City shared a bold statement today.
Even more courageous, he's not afraid to work for change following a voter referendum on the topic.
Here's the word . . .
"If elected, I’d be the first Indigenous person elected to Jackson County. A county named after Andrew Jackson himself, with not one, but two statues honoring him at our courthouses. If elected, I will remove those symbols of racism and hate."
Here are the odds he's up against . . .
HOWEVER . . .
Justice Horn goes on to note . . .
"District 1 (the district I’m running for) overwhelmingly voted in favor of these statues coming down.
"Exit polls and voting data showed District 1 wanted these down. I’m in the bluest District in Jackson County . . . "
Accordingly . . .
There's no denying that the heart of Jackson County is EXCEPTIONALLY progressive and this message might connect with many voters who don't feel that their voice is being heard at the courthouse.
Developing . . .