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Here is your weekly Blue Notes Newsletter, HILLARY EDITION. If case you missed it, Hillary announced yesterday that she's running for President! See a round-up of news clips about the announcement below under our news clips section. Will 2016 be the year for a woman president? Maybe our Truman Days keynote speaker -  the longest serving woman in the U.S.

Dear Friend, 
 

Municipal elections are tomorrow and most municipalities in Jackson County are having elections. Kansas City (click here for sample ballot) and the following other muncipalities in Jackson County: Grain Valley, Grandview, Greenwood, Lake Lotawana, Lake Tapawingo, Levasy, Lone Jack, Oak Grove, Raytown, River Bend, Sibley, Unity Village. Find more on the Jackson County municipal and school district elections at www.jceb.org. 

Please note that if you are a Kansas City resident, tomorrow (Tuesday, March 31st) is the last day to request an absentee ballot to vote in the April 7th municipal primary election. Make sure to check out the Truman Days website at www.TrumanDays.com. Here is your Blue Notes Newsletter. View it as a webpage on our website here. 

 

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Kansas City, Mo. - The Young Democrats of Missouri, the official statewide organization within the Democratic Party for members under 36, held their annual convention this past weekend at the Hannibal Days Democratic festival in Hannibal, MO. The delegation present included representatives from six different chapters across the state at both the young professional and collegiate level and had record attendance. 
 

Great speech from late February 2015 from Congressman Cleaver! 

 

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