Motivated by the Fight for $15 wage campaign for low-wage workers, Michael Hayes, 29, registered as a voter Thursday at the Kansas City election board. Election board worker Joyce Bess assisted his registration.
Motivated by the Fight for $15 wage campaign for low-wage workers, Michael Hayes, 29, registered as a voter Thursday at the Kansas City election board. Election board worker Joyce Bess assisted his registration. Diane Stafford stafford@kcstar.com
Motivated by the Fight for $15 wage campaign for low-wage workers, Michael Hayes, 29, registered as a voter Thursday at the Kansas City election board. Election board worker Joyce Bess assisted his registration. Diane Stafford stafford@kcstar.com

Low-wage workers in Kansas City aim for power at the polls

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