Posted for a small minority of people who still care about local democracy . . .
Tonight's life lesson: Low energy Democracy didn't really change much . . .
"In the seven major districts we’ve been tracking, six incumbents kept their seats, including a North Kansas City board member who’s been serving since 1995."
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OPINION AND COMMENTARY The fight over racial issues that has divided school boards across the country was sure to impact area school board elections. And it's clear from the vote that scare tactics about "critical race theory" aren't going away anytime soon. Because in some places, they're working.
80.7 percent, or 909 voters, chose to back Grandview's bid to issue general obligation bonds (not to exceed $6,000,000) to be applied towards renovations of the city's municipal services complex and police station. 217 residents, or just under 20 percent, voted in opposition to the measure.
Developing . . .