Earlier this week recent conversation revealed an EARTH SHATTERING admission amid a power shift underway at the courthouse.
Remember . . .
For the first time in local history people of color will likely dominate the Legislature as power moves from Freedom, Inc earned EPIC success.
Asking about the implications of this move on the contest for Exec . . . There was a surprising answer.
Here's the word . . .
"If (Legislator Theresa) Galvin pulls off an upset and defeats (Exec) Frank (White) . . . It's not the end of the world. We can work with Galvin. She's a smart person and she knows she'll be working in a Democratic Party dominated legislative body. There will likely be a lot of room for compromise and she hasn't ever been an unreasonable person."
This comment comes after rookie contender Stacey Lake earned a surprising number of votes against Exec White.
Moreover . . .
Rising costs as winter approaches and a worsening economy might inspire voters to remember the property tax debacle of 2019 and widespread frustration with courthouse leadership.
Meanwhile . . .
We'll have to wait and see if Legislator Galvin gets help from the Missouri GOP to make her case to the voting public given that Eastern Jack and several sections of the elite KCMO corridor are no longer starstruck by the baseball legacy Exec Frank White and are thinking about more practical financial concerns.
Developing . . .