PDF Sample Ballot Municipal Primary & School Election April 2, 2019

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´╗┐SAMPLE BALLOT MUNICIPAL PRIMARY &

SCHOOL ELECTION APRIL 2, 2019

Instructions to Voters: Completely darken the oval to the left of your choice as shown. Use pencil,

black or blue pen. Do not use red ink. DO NOT ERASE

SAMPLE BALLOT MUNICIPAL PRIMARY & SCHOOL ELECTION

APRIL 2, 2019 KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

CANDIDATES FOR THE OFFICE OF MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL

MAYOR VOTE FOR ONE

SCOTT TAYLOR ALISSIA CANADY QUINTON LUCAS STEVE MILLER SCOTT WAGNER PHILIP "PHIL" GLYNN VINCENT LEE JOLIE JUSTUS JERMAINE REED HENRY KLEIN CLAY CHASTAIN

Write-In

FOR COUNCILMEMBER AT-LARGE 1ST DISTRICT VOTE FOR ONE

KEVIN O'NEILL Write-In

FOR COUNCILMEMBER AT-LARGE 2ND DISTRICT VOTE FOR ONE

TERESA LOAR Write-In

FOR COUNCILMEMBER AT-LARGE 3RD DISTRICT

VOTE FOR ONE BRANDON ELLINGTON WALLACE HARTSFIELD, II

Write-In

FOR COUNCILMEMBER AT-LARGE 4TH DISTRICT

VOTE FOR ONE KATHERYN SHIELDS ROBERT WESTFALL AUSTIN STRASSLE

Write-In

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FOR COUNCILMEMBER AT-LARGE 5TH DISTRICT

VOTE FOR ONE LEE BARNES, JR. ERIK DICKINSON DWAYNE WILLIAMS

Write-In

FOR COUNCILMEMBER AT-LARGE 6TH DISTRICT VOTE FOR ONE

ANDREA BOUGH STACEY JOHNSON-COSBY

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FOR COUNCILMEMBER 4TH DISTRICT

VOTE FOR ONE JARED CAMPBELL ERIC BUNCH GEOFF JOLLEY

Write-In

FOR COUNCILMEMBER 5TH DISTRICT

VOTE FOR ONE

BRYAN DIAL RYANA PARKS-SHAW STEPHAN GORDON MITCH SUDDUTH EDWARD BELL, II

Write-In

FOR COUNCILMEMBER 3RD DISTRICT

VOTE FOR ONE

JOSEPH "JOEY CUTS" THOMAS JOSEPH JACKSON SHAHEER AKHTAB PAT CLARKE RACHEL RILEY MELISSA ROBINSON

Write-In

FOR COUNCILMEMBER 6TH DISTRICT VOTE FOR ONE

KEVIN MCMANUS

Write-In

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CITY OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI APRIL 2, 2019

QUESTION 1 (Initiative Petition) (Pre-K Economic Development Sales Tax)

SHALL THE FOLLOWING BE APPROVED?

Shall the City of Kansas City impose a sales tax authorized by Section 67.1305 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri for a period of 10 years at a rate of 3/8% to be used for economic development purposes through funding Pre-K instruction for four and five year olds the year before they enter kindergarten, funding improvements to early childhood centers, and investing in the City's early childhood education workforce?

YES

NO

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS

If you are in favor of this question, completely darken the oval beside "YES". If you are opposed to this question, completely darken the oval beside "NO".

THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR SUB-DISTRICT ONE TERM EXPIRES 2021

VOTE FOR ONE

` RITA MARIE CORTES

MATTHEW STEVEN OATES

Write-In

FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR SUB-DISTRICT FOUR TERM EXPIRES 2023

VOTE FOR ONE

NO CANDIDATES FILED

Write-In

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THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR SUB-DISTRICT FIVE TERM EXPIRES 2021

VOTE FOR ONE

MARK WASSERSTROM D. JENSEN (ADAMS)

Write-In

HICKMAN MILLS C-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR DIRECTOR

THREE-YEAR TERM

VOTE FOR TWO

JOHN CHARLES CARMICHAEL TRAMISE CARTER CECIL ELLIOTT WATTREE REGINA A. LANDRY

Write-In

Write-In

VOTE FOR ONE LUTHER CHANDLER RICHARD ABRAM II

Write-In

FOR DIRECTOR ONE-YEAR TERM

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CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 (RAYTOWN) FOR DIRECTOR

THREE-YEAR TERM

VOTE FOR TWO BOBBIE SAULSBERRY LASHONDA ORKES RICK THODE

Write-In Write-In

CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 (RAYTOWN) SPECIAL ELECTION APRIL 2, 2019

QUESTION #1

Shall Raytown C-2 School District, Jackson County, Missouri borrow money in the amount of $53,000,000 and issue bonds for the payment thereof, estimated to result in no increase to the District's debt service property tax levy, for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, improving, repairing, renovating, furnishing and equipping school facilities, including:

safety and security improvements at District facilities roof improvements at various District facilities upgrades to the performing arts centers at Raytown

High School and Raytown South High acquisition of school facilities currently leased by the

District?

If this question is approved, the District's debt service property tax levy is estimated to remain unchanged at $1.2989 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property.

YES

NO

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QUESTION #2

Shall the Board of Education of Raytown C-2 School District, Jackson County, Missouri be authorized to increase the operating property tax levy by $0.1389 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for the purpose of paying general operating expenses of the District?

If this question is approved, the operating property tax levy of the District is expected to increase from $5.0211 to $5.1600 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation, and the District expects to make a corresponding reduction to its debt service property tax levy of $0.1389 resulting in the estimated overall property tax levy of the District to remain unchanged at $6.3200 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation.

YES

NO

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS

If you are in favor of this question, completely darken the oval beside "YES". If you are opposed to this question, completely darken the oval beside "NO".

CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4 (GRANDVIEW) FOR DIRECTOR

THREE-YEAR TERM

VOTE FOR TWO

DON KESSINGER DAWN FOY AMY BLANKENSHIP TYRONE A. WATSON-FERGUSON

Write-In

Write-In

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CENTER SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 58 FOR DIRECTOR ONE-YEAR TERM

VOTE FOR ONE

STEPHEN G. STRICKLIN JOHNATHAN DECKER DANIELLE CHARISE QUINN

Write-In

FOR DIRECTOR THREE-YEAR TERM

VOTE FOR TWO

RONALD FRITZ BEVERLY CUNNINGHAM CECELIA M. BALL SAMMY COOK

Write-In

Write-In

CENTER SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 58 BOND ELECTION APRIL 2, 2019

QUESTION

Shall the Board of Education of Center School District No. 58 of Jackson County, Missouri be authorized to issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $48,000,000 for the purpose of renovating, improving, constructing, furnishing and equipping its school facilities (including refinancing short term obligations issued to provide temporary financing for such purposes), including but not limited to, (a) roof replacement and other facility repairs and long-term maintenance improvements, (b) installing energy conservation improvements, (c) improving safety through secure entrances and security cameras and (d) constructing, improving and adjusting facilities to allow for expanded early childhood programs, enrollment increases, family engagement and 21st Century learning; to the extent funds are available, resulting in no estimated tax increase to the debt service property tax levy? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the District is expected to remain unchanged at the current levy of $0.90 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation of real and personal property.

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