Among Kansas’ most exciting elections this election cycle is the race for governor and the race for United States representative for the 3rd congressional district.
The Jackson County Questions on the ballot seem to stem from a lack of trust between the County Legislature and the County Executive office. The Questions arrive two years ahead of schedule.
When fully implemented, the increase is expected to generate $288 million more a year for state highway and bridge construction and maintenance and $123 million more a year for city and county streets and bridges.
Voting districts are often gerrymandered so they look like ink blots on a psychological test and have the effect of allowing politicians to choose their voters rather than vice versa.