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Politics, Elections and Government

Kansas City Area August 2017 Special Election Results

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Below are the unofficial results for the Aug. 8 special election in Kansas City, Missouri, and other municipalities. You can find full results from the Kansas City Election Board, Jackson County Election Board, Clay County Board of Election Commissioners and Platte County Elections Board.

Updated 10:45 p.m., Tuesday

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

Precincts reporting: 167 of 167

QUESTION 1 — Streetcar system extension: Elections required

Yes: 50.65 percent

No: 49.35 percent

QUESTION 2 — Streetcar system extension: Sales tax

Yes: 41.99 percent

No: 58.01 percent

QUESTION 3 — Minimum wage increase

Yes: 67.80 percent

No: 32.20 percent

INDEPENDENCE

Precincts reporting: 42 or 42

QUESTION 1 — Transportation sales tax renewal

Yes: 81.65 percent

No: 18.35 percent

GRANDVIEW

Precincts reporting: 11 of 11

QUESTION — Capital improvement sales tax renewal

Yes: 72.7 percent

No: 27.3 percent

CLAY COUNTY

Precincts reporting: 80 of 80

PROPOSITION 1 — Community children's services fund

Yes: 50.27 percent

No: 49.73 percent

LAWSON

Precincts reporting: 2 of 2

QUESTION — Use tax

Yes: 88.89 percent

No: 11.11 percent

PLEASANT VALLEY

Precincts reporting: 2 of 2

QUESTION — Use tax

Yes: 42.16 percent

No: 57.84 percent

SMITHVILLE AREA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT — Director increase

Precincts reporting: 8 of 8

Yes: 73.50 percent

No: 26.50 percent