Local Elections Results: KC passes 1% sales tax

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Voters throughout the metro area are deciding on major issues tonight, such as a measure that would help fund renovations to the Buck O'Neil Bridge and several city council positions in Lee's Summit.

This story will be updated as more results become available. 

KCMO 1% Sales Tax for Capital Improvements

  • YES: 79%
  • NO: 21%

Claycomo 1% Sales Tax for General Fund

  • YES: 54%
  • NO: 46%

Claycomo Levy Increase

  • YES: 47%
  • NO: 53%

Smithville Mayor

  • Brian Fullmer: 47%
  • Damien Boley: 58%

Smithville Capital Improvements Sales Tax

  • YES: 55%
  • NO: 45%

Liberty School District Bond Issue

  • YES: 82%
  • NO: 18%

Northmoor Tax Levy Increase

  • YES: 73%
  • NO: 27%

Pleasant Hill School District Bonds

  • YES: 81%
  • NO: 19%

Raymore-Peculiar School District Tax Levy Ceiling Increase

  • YES: 57%
  • NO: 43%

Grain Valley Mayor

  • Michael Todd: 55%
  • James Hofstetter: 45%

Grain Valley School Districts

  • YES: 77%
  • NO: 23%

Blue Springs Local Use Tax

  • YES: 43%
  • NO: 57%

Independence City Council At-Large

  • Karen DeLuccie: 41%
  • Brice Stewart: 17%
  • Mike Huff: 22%
  • Write-in candidate: 20%

Lee's Summit Mayor

  • Ron Williams: 29%
  • Bill Baird: 47%
  • Robert Binney: 24%

Lee's Summit City Council - District 1

  • Diane Forte: 54%
  • Robert Dye: 46%

Lee's Summit City Council - District 2

  • Trish Carlyle: 56%
  • John Elkin: 44%

Lee's Summit City Council - District 3

  • Diane Seif: 50%
  • Jose Lopez: 50%

Lee's Summit City Council - District 4*

  • Bob Johnson: 59%
  • Donna Gordon: 40%

* Editor's note: In a previous version of this story, we incorrectly identified the winner in the Lee's Summit City Council District 4 race. The story has been updated to reflect the correct winner.

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