Tuesday is primary night for metro voters in Kansas, while some voters in Missouri counties have special elections for a variety of tax and school measures.
Election leaders said they hope for a great turnout. Johnson County Election Commissioner Fred Sherman said a little over 10% is the expected to vote in Tuesday’s primary in his county. That’s compared to almost 80% in the last presidential race.
It’s not much different for Wyandotte County, which is also expecting around 10% turnout. Commissioner Michael Abbot said they’ve been working to do their part to spread the word.
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