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

POSTED 5:10 PM, MARCH 26, 2019, BY SHERAE HONEYCUTT, UPDATED AT 05:33PM, MARCH 26, 2019

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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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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Today we recognize “Imagine A Day Without Water”, an initiative with Heartland Conservation Alliance in partnership with KC Water. Right here in KC the Blue River flows 42 miles through Missouri and Kansas; leading into the Missouri River the city’s source of drinking water. At Blue you can always find people kayaking, biking, etc, through these stunning waters! “Imagine a Day Without Water” invites everyone to restore, protect, and engage with the Blue River. A healthy Blue River means a healthier Kansas City. 🛶💧🚴‍♂️

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Today my colleagues and I recognized October as Breast Cancer Awareness month, with a reminder to not let a pandemic stop you from taking the time to get your annual Mammogram and other health screenings!

We honored 2 survivors that are agents for change in the fight against breast cancer. Cathy Jolly for her efforts to fund research to find a cure through the Annual Breast Cancer Research Foundation City Council Fundraiser for the past 14 years. Consuelo Ross for her advocacy through Surviving the Odds, Inc., for equitable screenings, follow-up, and continuum of care for black and brown women regardless of socio-economic status.

To donate to the fight for a cure: give.bcrf.org/fundraiser/2876529

To learn more about Surviving the Odds, Inc:
www.stofoundation.org

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