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A steady stream of voters went to the Whole Person at 37th and Main streets on Saturday to vote for a board of directors for the newly expanded Kansas City streetcar district. Some voters said Saturday was a more convenient day to vote than the normal Tuesday, but turnout was still expected to be light. Tammy Ljungblad and Lynn Horsley The Kansas City Star

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