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1. 2000 Census to Change Council Districts: Northeast Resident Input Sought to Influence New Boundaries 2000 Census to Change Council Districts: Northeast Resident Input Sought to Influence New Boundaries June/13/2001 Map and article about the redrawing of "boundaries for the nine congressional districts based on Census 2000 data" in Kansas City, Missouri by the Missouri State Legislature. Description of the Northeast...

2. A Comparison: Three Hundred and Eighty-six Electors Sign Mr. Slavens' Certificate A Comparison: Three Hundred and Eighty-six Electors Sign Mr. Slavens' Certificate March/24/1894 List of some of the citizens of Westport voting in the 1894 mayoral election.

3. Census Changes School District Boundaries: Northeast Split between Three Subdistricts Census Changes School District Boundaries: Northeast Split between Three Subdistricts November/28/2001 Map and article about the "new subdistrict boundaries for the Kansas City, Mo. School District" resulting in potential "shaky representation for Northeast" with its division into three of the different...

4. Consolidation [etc.] Consolidation [etc.] October-March/21-13/1893-1897 Eight articles in the newspaper concerning the annexation of the town of Westport into the city of Kansas City, Missouri, discussing the positive and negative aspects of the change considered by the voting...

5. Control of Late Father's Stock Goes to Mariner Kemper Control of Late Father's Stock Goes to Mariner Kemper February 1, 2014 Article announces that Chief Executive Officer of UMB Financial Corperation, Mariner Kemper, has inherited voting control of more than 3.4 million shares of the banking institution previously held by his...

6. Council Districts Divide Northeast Council Districts Divide Northeast October/17/2001 The City Council's Operations Committee discussed the proposed redistricting based on the Census 2000 figures. Article expresses concern on the Northeast neighborhoods split between the First and Third...

7. Council Lines Drawn, and Residents Bristle Council Lines Drawn, and Residents Bristle October 24, 2011 Due to shifts in population indicated by the 2010 Census, the Kansas City Council will redraw six council district boundaries. This will be the second time this year the lines are redrawn because the "new...

8. First Voting Machine Election Tuesday First Voting Machine Election Tuesday April/4/1954 Short article with diagram of how to use the new voting machine in three steps, for the upcoming school levy election.

9. Has Kept Faith: Remarkable Record of Martin Rice, of Lone Jack Has Kept Faith: Remarkable Record of Martin Rice, of Lone Jack October/24/1898 Portrait and biographical article about Martin Rice, "the oldest resident of the village of Lone Jack, in the southwestern part of Jackson county." Born in Tennessee in 1814 and brought to Jackson County...

10. Here Are the Final Votes, County by County Here Are the Final Votes, County by County April/1/1987 Election results by county, district, and voting issue, concentrating on city council members.

11. Hispanic Community Threatens Lawsuit Hispanic Community Threatens Lawsuit October/31/2001 Map and article about the redrawing of "councilmanic boundaries for the population reported in the 2000 Census" resulting in evenly divided numbers of Hispanic residents among districts in Kansas City,...

12. Historic Northeast Divided Historic Northeast Divided July/4/2001 Article about the upcoming redistricting of Northeast Kansas City with conflicts between "two interest groups: Historic Northeast residents residents and the burgeoning Hispanic population."

13. Keep Northeast Separate Keep Northeast Separate December/6/2000 Announcement of the "redrawing" of the the "district boundaries" of the City of Kansas City, Missouri, involving the effort of the Northeast neighborhood to keep its voting districts south of the Missouri...

14. Many Cities Lack Voting Machines Many Cities Lack Voting Machines June/28/1967 Article about the reasons for and methods used in voting machines, not used by cities near Kansas City.

15. Map of Clay County, Missouri Map of Clay County, Missouri May/10/1961 Map showing the locations of the three state representative voting districts in Clay County, Missouri.

16. More Blacks Head to Polls, but Influence Is Questioned More Blacks Head to Polls, but Influence Is Questioned November 7, 1984 News article about the lack of significance of greater black voting turnout in the 1984 elections in comparison to the 1980 elections. There were "10,000 more voters in Kansas City's predominantly black...

17. Museum Plan Draws Fire from North Area Museum Plan Draws Fire from North Area November/3/1977 Map, illustration, and article about the controversy surrounding the "proposal to increase the Kansas City museum tax" for "operation of a proposed science museum at Union Station" with revenues only planned...

18. Tuesday's Election--The Vote by Wards Tuesday's Election--The Vote by Wards April/7/1894 Table showing the amounts of votes for Westport mayoral candidates by voting wards.

19. Voting Made Easier Voting Made Easier April/8/1954 Article providing a description of the new voting machines, the first of their kind in Kansas City.