Among those monitoring Kansas City election returns Tuesday evening at Barrel 31 were Mayor Sly James, Mayor Pro Tem Cindy Circo (left) and Joni Wickham, James’ chief of staff.
Among those monitoring Kansas City election returns Tuesday evening at Barrel 31 were Mayor Sly James, Mayor Pro Tem Cindy Circo (left) and Joni Wickham, James’ chief of staff. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Among those monitoring Kansas City election returns Tuesday evening at Barrel 31 were Mayor Sly James, Mayor Pro Tem Cindy Circo (left) and Joni Wickham, James’ chief of staff. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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