The Citizens Aren't That Pleased With The Current Board

LEE'S SUMMIT SCHOOL BD. - Precincts Reporting: 0%
Winner
Candidate
Votes
Vote %
HARMON
186
30%
BAIRD
168
26%
STORMS
146
23%
OUSNAMER
136
21%

It is just like when I ran.  The votes go in the order of the list.  Since you are at the bottom it proves that your votes are REAL.  That’s what the Tribune said about me.  Stacey Martin had another idea.


Voters had an option Tuesday of four board candidates for three seats. Maybe the outcome was indicative of lazy voting habits, where the candidates at the top of the ballot get the most votes. Check, check, check and move on. But maybe the outcome was indicative of growing displeasure with the entrenched members of the board. Whatever happened, newcomer Sherri Tucker came close. She was just 2 percent shy of overcoming incumbent Jon Plaas, who won 5,065 to 4,679.

Plaas had a slim 386-vote separation from Tucker. However the top vote getter, Jeff Tindle, had 2,246 more votes than Tucker, and Jack Wiley had 1,878 more votes than the newcomer. Tindle was listed first on the ballot, followed by Wiley, Plaas and then Tucker. The top two candidates were so far ahead of the bottom two that it appears voters were gravitating toward Tucker.

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