What's at stake in Kansas City's 2023 election?
Kansas City's municipal elections are coming up on April 4, with three ballot questions and three dozen candidates up for a vote. The election will determine the direction of the city for years to come.
All 12 Kansas City Council seats and the mayor’s office will be up for election in the April 4, 2023, primary, along with several ballot questions on new taxes. Host Brian Ellison sat down to talk with KCUR reporters Celisa Calacal and Lynn Horsley to learn about who residents will be voting for, and what this election will mean for Kansas City.
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