Kansas City voters will consider the largest general obligation bond request in the city’s history in next Tuesday’s special election. And despite that, election authorities still expect a very small turnout, perhaps 10 percent.
Kansas City voters will consider the largest general obligation bond request in the city’s history in next Tuesday’s special election. And despite that, election authorities still expect a very small turnout, perhaps 10 percent. File photo
Kansas City voters will consider the largest general obligation bond request in the city’s history in next Tuesday’s special election. And despite that, election authorities still expect a very small turnout, perhaps 10 percent. File photo