African Americans, Protect, Preserve, and Push Forward Your Community, Nation and World: Vote for Biden
When voting for the president of the United States, historically, African Americans have more often than not felt compelled to vote against a candidate due to the threat the person poses to our com
Record Early Voters Consider Obligation to ‘Save Democracy’ as National Offices Picks Could Transform Face of Nation
Record early voting, locally and nationwide, is remarkable as American citizens crushed by a devastated economy - brought on by the COVID-19 epidemic and complicated by Washington politics’ success
To date, Kansas is seeing a massive increase of almost three times the amount of advanced by mail ballots sent as compared to 2018 and the 2016 general election.
Voters in Kansas City, its surrounding suburban Jackson County neighborhoods and rural areas across Missouri in record numbers already have begun with early absentee ballots being deposited by mail
Mayor Lucas, Councilmembers Bough, Bunch Introduce Resolution to Enhance Coordination Between City, Utility Companies
Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, Sixth District At-Large Councilwoman Andrea Bough and Fourth District Councilman Eric Bunch today introduced a resolution directing the Kansas City Manager to, with