Just a quick note for people in a hurry today . . .
JACKSON COUNTY POLITICOS ARE GOING DOOR TO DOOR TODAY IN THEIR LAST DITCH EFFORT TO GET ANYBODY TO CARE!!!
The vote in Kansas is a big deal and has the nation on edge . . .
Here on the Missouri side . . . A GOP slap fight has been fun but not much is at stake for the plebs.
TKC estimates KCMO registered voter turnout at less than 11% for Tuesday.
Accordingly . . .
If you see a politico and don't have 20 minutes to spare . . . An alley escape or quick mobile phone fake out might be better than an uncomfortable encounter.
Here's slightly more helpful reading . . .
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Polling conducted a week before the Missouri primary has Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Trudy Busch Valentine as the top picks to square off in November to replace outgoing United States Senator Roy Blunt.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With days to go until the Missouri primary, U.S. Senate party candidates are still introducing themselves to voters. "I'm Lucas Kunce, I'm a Marine veteran, 13 years [in] Iraq and Afghanistan," Kunce said. "I spent my entire life serving this country."
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Exclusive polling is showing how Missourians feel about some of the most controversial topics ahead of the primary election. Abortion Of the 2,400 Missouri adults who were asked, "Which of these statements comes most close to your own opinions on abortion?"
Candidates launched ads this week making their final cases to voters ahead of next month's primaries, while outside groups also hit the airwaves. Here are five campaign ads that grabbed our attention: In Republican Mehmet Oz's first ad of the general election for Senate in Pennsylvania, he partnered with Senate Republicans' campaign arm to go after Democratic Lt.
Stacey Lake is critical of current County Executive Frank White. She said White's response to the 2019 property assessment results convinced her to run against him. Lake is campaigning on the JACKSON Plan, a seven-point platform that addresses issues ranging from judicial reform to home ownership to public transit.
You decide . . .