Who’s the money behind the Kansas City School Board candidates?
Running for a volunteer position on the Kansas City, Missouri, School Board doesn’t take big bucks.
Still, some familiar names have written impressive checks to back their favored candidates in the April 6 election.
Robert Peterson is the clear winner of the individual money race thus far, bringing in more than $11,000 for his at-large campaign. Not surprising: His yard signs are everywhere.
But the political committee of current board member Airick West — Kansas Citians United for Educational Achievement — raised a staggering $32,000 to back a trio of endorsed candidates.
After the jump, check out who’s giving to the other candidates, too.