KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In his reelection bid, Kansas City, Kansas, Mayor David Alvey will face newcomer and Army veteran Tyrone Garner.
Garner, a former KCKPD deputy chief, received received 3,465 votes, or 28%, followed closely by Alvey, who has been in office since 2018, and earned 3,405 votes, also 28%.
Chris Steineger garnered 2,649 votes (22%), while Janice Witt received 1,762 votes (14%) and Daran Duffy captured 963 votes (8%).
All candidates except for Alvey had yet to hold elective office in Wyandotte County, though Steineger has previously served as a state senator.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article transposed the vote totals for Mayor David Alvey and Tyrone Garner. It has since been corrected.