Polls will open from 6am until 7pm on Tuesday, April 6th, as voters select those to represent them on Grandview’s Board of Aldermen, the Grandview C-4 School Board, and the Hickman Mills C-1 School Board.
Residents who do not know where to vote can call the Jackson County Election Board at 816-325-4600 (if you live in Grandview) or the Kansas City Election Board at 816-842-4820 (if you live in Kansas City). For more details, see the election guide--with a list of polling places for Grandview and C-4 patrons--on pages four and five.
GRANDVIEW BOARD OF ALDERMEN
Three seats on the Board of Aldermen are up for election, one in each of the city’s three wards.
WARD I: Leonard Jones filed for re-election, and is uncontested.
WARD II: Debra McKinstry did not file for re-election. Voters in this ward will choose between two candidates:
• Annette Turnbaugh
• Sage Beauchamp
WARD III: Jim Crain filed for re-election, and is uncontested.
For information on these candidates, see pages four and five.
HICKMAN MILLS C-1 SCHOOL BOARD
Two three-year term positions are up for election in the Hickman Mills C-1 School District. The seats are currently held by Ken Bonar and Teresa Edens, neither of whom filed for re-election. On Tuesday, voters will choose two school board members between four candidates:
• April R. Cushing
• James T. Brown
• Christopher R. Murray
• Don Hoskins
For information on these candidates, see last week’s Jackson County Advocate.
GRANDVIEW C-4 SCHOOL BOARD
Three seats on the Grandview School Board are open this year--two three-year positions, and a one-year position to fill the seat left open by Angela Langford’s resignation.
Voters will choose two school board members from three candidates:
• Ann Fisher
• Larry Pulos
• Cindy Bastian
There is only one candidate, Amber Woodrome, for the one-year, unfulfilled seat on the Grandview School Board. Woodrome will gain the position uncontested.
For information on these candidates, see last week’s Advocate.