The polling station at Wornall Road Baptist Church in Brookside received a steady stream of voters Tuesday afternoon, including Sharon Lester (foreground right), who voted after work.
The polling station at Wornall Road Baptist Church in Brookside received a steady stream of voters Tuesday afternoon, including Sharon Lester (foreground right), who voted after work. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
The polling station at Wornall Road Baptist Church in Brookside received a steady stream of voters Tuesday afternoon, including Sharon Lester (foreground right), who voted after work. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

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