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Missouri voters head to polls

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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

Voters are heading to the polls Tuesday in Missouri.

Kansas City voters elected Melissa Robinson and Patricia Mansur to fill two vacant school board seats.

Voters in the city also overwhelmingly approved a bond issue to upgrade the city's water services as well as okaying an annual fee for hotels and motels to help cover the cost of inspecting those businesses.

In other races, Independence is voting for a new mayor.

Eileen Weir won a solid victory over Jim Schultz. Weir replaces Don Reimal, who chose not to seek a third term.

Independence filled two school board seats with Blake Roberson and Denise Fears securing victory.

Voters in the Hickman Mills School District filled three school board openings. Those positions went to Karry Palmer, Bonnaye Mims, and Dan Osman.

Meantime, the Raytown School District's bond measure to renovate schools and improve security won an easy victory.

Look for complete election results on KCTV5.com and KCTV5 News at 10 p.m.

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