KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Mayor Sly James says he hopes Kansas City residents support progress in Kansas City and support Questions One and Two.
Mayor James was one of the first people to cast their vote Tuesday morning.
After casting his ballot, the city leader said he expects turnout to be a bit higher than normal, maybe in the 25 percent range.
He says he'll be keeping a close eye on Questions One and Two, which would finance new parks, community centers and a new sewer system.
"I think that people understand and will vote for progress in Kansas City," James said. "And, I hope that's what they're doing,"
The polls close at 7 p.m.
We'll have results on 41 Action News and on KSHB.com/results.
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