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Top Races

Race County, State Total Pcts Pcts Reporting % Reporting
Hickman Mills School Board Jackson, Missouri 0 0 0%
Karry Palmer 33% with 500 Total Votes
Sandy Sexton 33% with 500 Total Votes
Bonnaye Mims 33% with 500 Total Votes
KCMO Junior College District No. 2 Jackson, Missouri 0 0 0%
David Disney 50% with 50 Total Votes NON
Delmira Quarles 50% with 50 Total Votes NON
KCMO School District 4 Jackson, Missouri 0 0 0%
Melissa Robinson 50% with 50 Total Votes NON
Joseph Jackson 50% with 50 Total Votes NON
KCMO School District At Large Jackson, Missouri 0 0 0%
Janelle Bailey 25% with 50 Total Votes NON
Patricia Mansur 25% with 50 Total Votes NON
Catina Taylor 25% with 50 Total Votes NON
Amy Hartsfield 25% with 50 Total Votes NON
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