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Beyond the mayoral race: Who’s running for City Council in KC’s upcoming election


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — For eight years, Mayor Sly James has served the city of Kansas City, and for the past few months, 11 people have been vying for your attention to take over his position in June.

With primaries less than a week away, many Kansas Citians may be having trouble figuring out who to pick for their initial vote.

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FOX 4 KC2019-05-08T17:52:11+00:00

The Martin City Telegraph

By: Martin City Telegraph Posted on January 13, 2019

Andrea Bough Runs for 6th District City Council Seat

By Samuel Ast

In her first interview since launching her campaign for Kansas City City Council, Andrea Bough spoke with the Martin City Telegraph about her childhood, her interest in politics, and how she plans to solve some of the city’s most pressing issues if elected to the Sixth District-at-Large seat in June.

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The Martin City Telegraph2019-05-08T17:53:09+00:00

UMKC School of Law

Andrea Bough (’00)

Class Notes

Andrea Bough (’00) was awarded The Business Practitioner Award by the Women’s Justice Awards, which is given to female attorneys who fulfill the ideals of leadership, professionalism, and a passion for improving the quality of the justice system or contributing to the betterment of the legal profession.

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UMKC School of Law2019-05-08T17:54:14+00:00

Missouri Lawyers Weekly

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Andrea G. Bough
Member, Lewis Rice
By: Rachel Webb April 27, 2017

Andrea Bough leads the real estate department at Lewis Rice, where she has extensive experience in economic development, land use, planning and zoning, and subdivision regulations. Her career has involved representing developers in some of the largest transactions in the Kansas City area.

Bough has also made a difference in Kansas City, with Mayor Sly James appointing her to a number of positions, including the Blue Ribbon Commission on Ethics Reform and the Charter Review Committee.

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Missouri Lawyers Weekly2019-05-08T17:55:38+00:00
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