Even though Theresa Garza Ruiz withdrew last week as a City Council candidate, her name will appear on city ballots because they had already been printed. So a Jackson County judge ordered election boards to post notices and ensure that any votes for her won’t be counted.
Even though Theresa Garza Ruiz withdrew last week as a City Council candidate, her name will appear on city ballots because they had already been printed. So a Jackson County judge ordered election boards to post notices and ensure that any votes for her won’t be counted. Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star
Even though Theresa Garza Ruiz withdrew last week as a City Council candidate, her name will appear on city ballots because they had already been printed. So a Jackson County judge ordered election boards to post notices and ensure that any votes for her won’t be counted. Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star

Any Kansas City votes for Theresa Garza Ruiz won’t be counted

February 24, 2015 05:41 PM

UPDATED February 24, 2015 09:12 PM

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